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iriRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SH8LES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES &
Cl
260 Columbia St.    Phone
85.
VOLUME 4, NUMBER 276
JcoSte
annacis deai
Options Will Be Taken Up-
Q^eck Arrives For First
payment on Purchase*
WESTMINSTER, B   C, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEM!
JER 29, 1909.
Expire
Tha options were
October.
e
would l"'
this score
of last wee.
opt,ons taken by a large syndi-
'���" , .,,,.,���     investors.     Whose
I-"''. ,,aVe nol been disclosed bul
'"'"";, .apposed to be acting tor
V'V-.n.' Trunk Paciflc Hallway, on
�� 2J5J Portion of Annacis island,
^11 be covered.
on  December 1.
taken in the middle of Octooer. They will expire on
f^esday. December 1, and aa tha
fl approached considerable interest
da fell    as to    whether they
taljen up. All doubt on
.a, set at rest at the close
,._, when a cheque an ived
rrom the cast, for the lirst payment on
[,,e purchase. The full amount of
He deal Is stated to be
borhuud of a quarter of
Tlie options embrace the whoh
innacls island with the exception of
the ranch of Thomas Parmiter, who
refused to pari with his land. Mr.
Parnjiter owns ahout two hundred
ana Bixteen acres, and the balance oi
,,, | [and, which will be purchased
by the syndicate, totals In all about
elgbl hundred and twenty-three acres.
G. T. P. Interested.
T , options �� re taken through
agency of VV J Kerr & Co., Aid.
Fad, ; for  the investors.
al  thi   time refused to divulge I "���   ""'
tcilng, and
effeel  thai  the
..... ��� itlves ol   tl..'  C.   N
sucli was Dot  the case
Since the
GI-.NTS PKR    t   Y.
-*= = %   ~
m& im
in th.a neigh-
a million dol-
of
List of Fatalities From Yesterday's Accident Will Be Further Lengthened By
Deaths Among the Injured���Continuous Rain the Cause of the Wreck
���All White Men on the Train Escape Without Serious
Injury���Description of an Eyewitness.
EVERY REdJD
Breaks Many Other Things
Besides ���Four and a Half
Inches uf Rain.
E. ���
ild.
parties   for
rumor was
v wi re rep-
R, That
is now delin-
deal was put
throupli the names of at least two of
��M!h  wi i    Aid. Fader
ave leaked out, and they
are kuowi   to be men  who have put
through deals in other parts of Canada for th.     National Transcontinental   This coupled    with information
from tlie east, makes it prac-
ii thai the (b T. P. Is behind     leal
Jtutitat the intention of the rail-
I  ny  may  be  in   regard   to
ItejMrcliase is not certain, but it  is
Idled thai the island wlll be used as
;  wharves and freighl sheds
ai Hint   the   greater    pai r    of    the
freight  business of    the
railway, ;  rticularly  the wheat ship-
:���''-      Iness,  .vill be transacted from
For purposes of tills  de-
tcription   the   island    is   admirably
safe trom overflow dur-
er and having a frontage
ship channel  of  the  rivei.
Huddled together In a boxcar, forty
Japanese section men were caught
and crushed without chance of escape
when a work train of the Gn .. North
ern crashed through u washed o il
culvert at Burnaby yesterdaj m rn
lng.
Fifteen   In   Hospitals.
Twenty-live Japanese are dead and
fifteen more are In the hospitals at
Vancouver and in this city. The accident is one ol the worsl on record In
British Columbia, not only from the
loss of life, hut from the circumstances under which the wreck occurred and the subsequent difficulties
in obtaining relief.
Throughout Saturday night one ol
the worst rain and wmd storms that
ever struck the Paciflc coast raged
over the land, and this formed a fitting setting for the awful tragedy en-1
acted in the early morning Driving
through the pitch blackn 'ss of an Intensely dark night, the track almosl
obscured by the falling sheet of rain,
forced against the cab windows by a
\ ��� : nal.;.- gale, Locomotive No. 456,
with Enegineer J. Beatiger at the throl
tie. made her way al  a  speed of some
twenty miles and hour through Burnaby, southbound, with forty-eight
men aboard.
Suddenly then- came a crash, and
darkness, followed by the crunching
and shivering of timbers, then silence
except for the groans of the wounded
and dying and tin- roaring of the
swilling, eddying waters of the swoll
en creek,
steam.
and the hissing of escaping
SI P il, Nov. 27.���"State support e
ot widows their children and orphans
ill and such a system is the
only solution of the juvenile question.
It ��iu come during the present generation." This was the prediction
Judge Lindsey, of Denver,
while passing through this city.
Left at 5:30 a.m.
Tho train left Vancouver at 5:30 a
r.i. can > ng a section  gang of foi ty
Japanese  to the  south  side  of    the
! river, where each Sunday  they  labor
to repair the ravages of wear and tear
during tltf week,   lt was composed "t
a  boxcar   fitted   wit!;   seal i   and   attached   immediately   behind    the   engine,   three   flatcars   and   a   caboose.
All went well until the train reached
a spot  about six  hundred  years from
the crossing of the North road.  There
the   track   Is  carried   across   what    is
HL [STATE BOOM
REDUCES ATTENDANCE
TEMPEST SEVERS
RAIL
Ttacher  at   Sunbury   School    Resigns
Because There Are  Scarcely any
Children   Left.
The nal estate    boom, which has
at Sunbury for tin   past
tew Weeks,    threatens    a  peCUl .n   I "-
s'l't.   Quite a number of people base
I of    their    property  in thai
I   lately   and   have   moved
��� . result the school attend-
idllj   I. -.-ii  decreasing so
al  it two or tinea  more
ive from  the community
l.e  no  children   lefl   to  at-
"
been  times    when  as
fortj  scholars have attended
BChool and until
attendance   averaged   around 20
Pupils ,|,,ily.      A!  t|���, ,,,-esent  time it
ls said that  tlie attendance will not
���J> more than s to 10 children.     Mr.
^apman, the teacher, is about to ten-
?er hi> i    Ignation    and    the school
now   facing   the  problem
to be done to fill the va-
her   a   qualified teacher
regular    salary will be
��� or a monitor only, will be
Realizing  the  Importance
'   "! tcational facilities    for even a
very few
extremely
C.P. and G.N. R. Main Lines
Both Blocked By Impenetrable Earth Slides.
into
dam-
wei e
facilities    for even
Bcholars,  the   trustees  are
.   desirous of    making some
���"���nts    whereby     the  school-
*ork Will not be interfered with.
Today New Westminster, and In
facl the whole of the lower mainland
is practically cut ofl from the world
so far as railway communication Is
concerned. The storm, which lasted
practically withoul abatement from
Friday afternoon until well on
last night wrought tremendous
age and the railwa} companies
among tin heaviest of the losers.
The terrible accident of yesterday
morning  was dii.cth'    the result  ot
'.the storm and    will    make the Great
\ Northern Railway Company the heaviest sufferer in every way. Although
the most serious, however, the wreck
lis by no means the onlj Item in tlie
recently | Great Northern's tale of damage.
Since the Owl train an ived in this
city from Seattle on Sunday morning
no train bas gone out or come in over
the lines of the G. N. R- The Owl
was obstructed by the wreck just outside this city and returned here,
where the passengers disembarked
and wore sent over to Vancouver by
the B. C. B. R. line.
Shortly befoe 9 o'clock the same
train started for the south again tn
lieu of the regular train from Vancouver, which could not get
wreck. It wns soon
ever,  that   It   would   he
past the
evident, how-
impossible to
usually a small creek b.v a All of some
forty feet, the creek passing through
a culvert. 'I inn.>d Into a raging torrent le> the continuous rains of Saturday, the cre. I; earlj Sunday morning
burst its hounds, sweeping away the
culvert and leaving the track appur-
entlj safe bui actually Unsupported.
Ignorant of this, the engineer drove
his locomotive on the treacherous
track.
Locomotive  Crossed   Culvert.
Tin-   speed   carried   the   locomotive
almost   across the crumbling  roadbed,
then    with    frightful    suddenness    it
broke   through, "engine    ana   tendei
u i";.   up,  with  the flatcar behind
crushing down upon the boxcar with
fortj    Japanese   trapped   within   its
walls.
i ��� ing li om the track into a ravine
with a fool ol raging water at the
bottom, telescoped by the heavy train
behind, and crushed beneath the
weikhl oi the steel tender an., loco
motive, the boxcar was reduced to
kindling wood for two-thirds o. its
length, and the men who occupied
this were horribly crushed, dead and
living hureld together In one great
heap among the wreck and In the remaining poi tlon oi the car. The waters ol the creek ran red with human
blood, tinging < \ en the watei s of tne
Brunette two hundred feet away. To
tin- horror ol the situation was added
a falling mass ol slimy mu 1 from the
caving haul , tlie howiing ol the
wind, the darkness ani the driving
rain. Only the facl that the engine
fell with t' a ftii ho ; subn > i ged l&
the water prevented fire luun sweeping whai remained.
No Warning Given.
Standing at his post with his hand
on the throttle, Englm er Beatiger received no warning ol impending disaster. Suddenly the cab buckled and
a el. then he felt himself falling.
and unconsciousness came. When
s.'tise returned he was lying covered
, witli mud. lie Btaggefed to bis feel
and. still dazed, climbed the hank. As
the locomotive fell, the cab was filled
with scalding st.-am. and he w..s severely burned abou; tiie neck, while
tin- Hying sliveis ripped his face anl
tore liis body. The fireman, I), O.
Purdy, when the engin. tai mal. was
thrown down the bank into tlie waters of the creek, where, had he heen
insensible, he must surely have
drowned. Hut fortunately he was not
seriously hurt though badly bruised.
und lighting Ids way clear of the
wreckage he climbed the bank and
made his way to the city to give tin
ahum; afterward calling at the hospital for treatment.
Six white men were In the caboose,
Conductor Bills, Headmaster lol,;
two brakesmen, the foreman of the
section gang, and another man whos.
connection with tlie train could not
he learned None of these were seriously injured and the did all possible
to assist the living in the wreckage
'I'he conductor Immediately set out
lor New Westminster to prevent the
Owl train from dashing int.. I ��� ������
wreck, one brakesman, after assisliau
in tlie rescue Work a short time, sal
torpedoes and alarm lights on either
side of the scene, and gave the alarm
at a nearby house, that of Mr. Hunting.
Mr. Freeman Bunting, who Uvea "
short distance north of tiie scene of
the wreck, stata,! when Interviewed
that except for the train men. In' was
ihe  hist  In arrive on  the   30 ae,
"In    the    darkness    of    the
morn," said Mr   Hunting, "I  heard ���'
heavy train go rumbling by.     I had
just  dozed off to Bleep again  when l
was awakened hy the noiae of someone shouting outside.      I jumped out
of   bed.   and   on     reaching   the   outer I
door of my house heard a man at the
gate,  by  which   I  have  access  tu  the
Great   Northern  track, shouting fran-1
tteally   for   a   lantern.       He
over and came   In    whilst I
the lantern, and then told me that a
train had been ditched about a mile
down   the   line,  and   that   some   fifty
^^m   Hav
of the ravine, we returned and tried
tne other side. The track was, of
course, blocked in every direction by
the wreckage. We succeeded in getting across on the west side by fording tin- creek, and then Joined two
other of tlie train men who were unhurt, l think these were the conductor and brakesman. The day was
jeist commencing to break, and in the
cold, grej dawn and by the light of
the lantern. ,ve saw embedded in the
"and, mud and water of the creek a
whole heap of splintered timbers and
debris of crippled, dead and dying humanity, lt was a Bight 1 never wish
to sei> again.      Around  were one or
two  .laps   who   were   among   tlle   least
hurt and had been already extricated,
doing th.ir best to succor and cheer
one another, but the major portion
of the poor fellows were held fast in
the gruesome heap lying ai the bottom of the ravine. Their groans
were heartrending. It stion became
evident that we few could do little
good toward tin work of rescue withoul son c . . i,. and accordingly I hurried off to arouse some of the people
living round about the North road
crossing, which is some quarter of a
mile from the wreck. Mr. Dunkey,
Messrs. Henderson, and some others,
nun ... ring half a dozen or sa. answered promptly to the call, and we
were- soon able tc rescu ��� all those
.e..       '.ri   alive.
"During I. y absence the three train
men had extricated the engineer and
fireman, and a few othes of the .lap*.
We improvised a stiet-her from Hie
w, i ��� r ,.     ana It   succeeded in
carrying somi ol the worst cases up
on to th. bank, inti nding te. take
them in a convi yance to the Roj al
Columbian hospital. iia. bi fore the
work ol rescue was far advanced, this
being necessarily Blow owing to the
position in which the pool fellows
were placed and the tightness with
which they were wedged in ihe heap,
an engine and baggage car, which
bad been detached from ti;.' northbound Owl and summoned by the sec
tion foreman of the work gang traveling on the wrecked train, a,rived.
This ieliel train brought from New
Wesi minster Dr. Drew, with a nurse,
and I think, anothei' doctor, as well
as the section foreman and his gang
and some officials of tlie railway.
With this additional assistance the injured were soon got out and removed
to the baggage car and taken to the
hospital, after they had received such
surgical attention as was possible.
The poor fellows, some of whom were
terribly mangled and badly hurt, bore
the pain Which they must have heen
suffering most bravely, and tried hard
to stifle their groans. One, who had
both bis legs broken and was otherwise injured, held the lantern whilst
we rescued some of his fellows from
the mangled  heap.''
The accident occurred at ahout
6:16 a.m.. and at a place where
houses are not plentiful. So it was
that some little difficulty was found
in obtaining sufficient Help to give
prompt assistance to thy wounded.
I'nahlV  by   themselves  to  move  the
J.   R.  GRANT  APOLOGIZES.
Statements
wpporters of Government
Take to the
"Wild  and   Unconsidered
Are   Withdrawn.
The suit of the Vancouver Power
Company. Ltd., againsi .). It. Grant
for damages for slander has heen discontinued, lt grew out of certain
statements regarding the company's
financial standing and ability to meet
its obligations made by Mr. Grant at
the meeting at. New Westminster on
October 16th to discuss the Coqultlam
dam question with the Honorable
Frank Oliver. As the company considered Mr. Grant's statements slanderous, it brought action, but has
since received the following letter
from Mr. Grant, in view of which the
company has agreed to withdraw the
action.
"New Westminster, B. C,
.     ,   . .    ,,      ,  v,a.     Hav-1 November 19th, Ibbb.
men were burled In the debus.    na\
- ind    Vancouver Power Co., Ltd.,  vancou-
jllmbed
obtained
Woods
Mi
Managua,  Nicaragua,
There ia
report
today
tlon
 Nov.     28.���
ihsoltitely no truth ln the
'''" ulatpd in the United States
��� and cabled here for conflrma-
y -��� that. Mr. Caldera, the American
I '"'. "!1""1 at Managua, has been
(', ' ls"n"'1 by President. Zelava. Mr.
S r';> ^ liberty,
,nB to his duties.
28
.-The     Con-
not   exist to-
Zelaya.
and is attend-
Washington,   Nov
gross of Nicaragua ������ meBBage
day. according to ��� ��',,���,  General
| received  here tonight   rom^^^
Estrada, leader of ' lfMti,-e at
by Senor Castrllh'. rep ��<
Ithe capital of the revomtion^P^
,The message says th..   ��� ,.
'hers of the congress are in tne v
tentlary or are fleeing.
ing got the lantern he hurried off
1 promised to follow him as quicKiy
as I could. I hurriedly dressed and
did so. At this time, about 6:30, "
was pitch dark, the wind was blowing
half a gale and howling fiercely
through the trees, the rain was pelting Its hardest, and the Hood waters
lin the nearby creeks and the Br*
nette river were thundering and roaring as tbey rushed wildly along.
"When I reached the scene of tbe
accident I found my visitor, who was,
I believe, the timekeeper traveling on
the train, with the lantern, trying to
get across the creek, along which tne
swirling torrent rushed fiercely, i
joined him, and together we tried to
get over flrst, on the east side of tne
track, but finding this impossible,
owing to the roughness and steepness
ver, B. C:
"Dear Sirs���I never had any intention of making any statements derogatory to the financial standing of your
company, or its ability to meet its
obligations, and if any statements
made by me have been construed in
that manner I wish to state positively
that that constr ction is absolutely at
variance with L.y intentions and my
desire, as I understand the financial
standing of the company is above
question.
"I trust that you will accept this
letter in the spirit in which it is given, and I write the same without any
reservation, so that you can use it in
any manner you desire.
"Yours truly,
(Signed.) "J. R- Grant."
heavy wreckage
the victims, the
which crushed down
train crew could do
little until joined by sonic half dozen
residents of the neighborhood, who
hastened to the scene with lanterns.
The scene revealed as the daylight
slowly increased was gruesome in the
extreme, and the work of rescue still
more so. the dead and living alike
being buried In a mixture of mud and
human blood und pinned beneath the
splintered timbers. Some it was
Impossible to move and these are still
there, beld (irmly by the tangled
mass, from which they cannot be removed until the arrival of a wrecking train. Seventeen bodies were removed from the wreckage, and sixteen living men, one of whom died on
the way to the hospital. A severed
head lay in the mud. the scalp torn
completely from tlie skull, the body
still in tlie wreck. An arm handing
over the edge of a pair of trucks under a tender still shows where a
crushed body lies, another corpse is
pinned between the trucks of the linx
and flat cars, the head jammed between. A third lies In the creek, a
leg encased in a rubber boot alone
showing, where the whole weight of
the mass crushed down from above,
Seven bodies, lt is believed, still an
mixed  with  the debris.
The Japanese bore themselves heroically, showing the native stolidity
by suppressing the groans, although
suffering the most intense pain.
Those who could do so, though mangled themselves, did their utmost to
assist their more unfortunate countrymen.
There were no shrieks, no wild
ciies for help, no Imprecations, noth-
Ing inn a moaning that told more
than words of the agony of the in
jured. ll was almost two hours he-
fore the last of the wounded were
clear of the debris. Rough stretchers were improvised from broken
planks, and on these the more badly
wounded were carried to the Arm
track, the less damaged being placed
in  the caboose, which  with  om- flat
(Continued on  Page Seven).
PIONELR Of B.C.
CROSSES DIVIDE
The city aud coasl were yesti day
swept by one of the most violeni rain
and wind storms thai has evei been
experienced m British Columbia, and
according to old timers, tbe worst for
at least thirty years.
Records  Broken.
During the nigin of Saturday the
rain seemed to descend from tne sky
in a solid sheet, and thai this was not
all fancy is shown by tlie records of
the meteorological oitice, which snow
that from 5 p.m. Satui day until 5 >a-n;.
Sunday, when the stoi in was at Its
height, there fell over three inches of
water, and tliat ior the ;_4 hours ending at noon yesierday there fell 4 1-2
Inches, a record lor a great many
yeais. lhe nearest approach that
could he found in tne C. P. R. records was in 1883, when in 24 hours
ther fell 4 1-4 indies.
The effect of tbe storm was wide
felt. For the 48 hours or more that
it raged no small craft dared to venture on the gull, and on Saturday logging operations were almost entirely
lied up ou tliis account. ln the city
the storm water drainage system
proved totally Inadequate to cope
witli such a rush of water. Culverts were swept away, Btreets and
cellars Hooded, and sidewalks were
afloat.
Roads  Damaged.
Deep waterways were cut in many
of tiie roadways and low lying land
was mined into a miniature lake. The
Sapperton care line was washed out
near tiie penetentiary and traffic suspended for several hours while re��>-
pairs wire being made. on Columbia sti eet water spouted like a small
gusher from Ihe manholes, and the
cellars of T. II. Smith and other Co-
imbia street merchants were Hooded, threatening damage to a quautMjf
ot valuable merchandise.
Men with pumps were put tit work
and labored all day to undo the damage done hy the weather.
'I'he interurban line between New
Westminster and Vancouver experienced some delays in the early morning from washouts but thej were of
a minor nature and soon repaired.
Ev6ry small creek was turned into a
torrent and tlie Glen brook became
a very respectable river.
Floods  at  Brownsville.
Across the Fraser the low lands of
South Westminster could be seen as
a lake the water from tbe high hind
beyond Hooding it as completely as
a ilood at the lime of the high river
freshets. The railways, however, suffered most and it will be some days
before traffic will again be running
Smoothly.
"Bill" Bristol, Survivor of
Gold Rush Days, Passes
Away Near Hope.
Word was received in this city on
Saturday of the death of another
pioneer of the old Cariboo days���J. O.
Bristol, better known as "Hill" Hris-
tol.
.1. O. Hrlstol was born in New Haven, Conn., in 1834, ami whi n an infant was taken to Syracuse, N. Y. At
an early age the roving spirit took
possession of him and when only IK
years of age he crossed the continent
of America to the goldflelds of California.
After   meeting     hut     slight   SUCC1 ss
there,  he, in the early sixties, jour-1
neyed  to New    Westminster to Join
the rush of goldseekers to the Carl-|
boo.       Meeting  with   varying  success,,
be stayed in tlie Cariboo country
Plea for Insanity.
Chatham, Out., Nov. 27.���The trial
of Mrs. Mary Rumble, wbo dynamited
ber husband's home in Harwick some
weeks ago. when the inmate had a
narrow escape, took place today. The
evidence was very inconclusive, but
tlie plea of insanity will likely be
made by the woman, who is rather
hysterical.
TORONTO'S DEBT IS
STEADILY GROWING
Now
Totals    $40,669,575    and  Large
Sum   Will   be   Required
This Year.
!4.
Toronto, Nov.
lished lier today show
ol the illv of Toronto
The
pub-
debt
Figures
thai   Hie
 ^^^^  is  I  growing
factor.       'I'he   debt   today     stands  at
$40,669,676,    an    increase    since the
year   LB01  of $19,170,564, which is ��
lot i ratio of 89   L-5 per cent,  in tliat  lime.
several   years,    finally
driver for tlie Harriet   Express Co.
When that concern went out of
business he purchased a ranch at
Hope, where he died on November 21,
being buried at "American Bar,"four
miles above Hope, on Wednesday
last.
With the death of Henry Hunter,
who passed away some six weeks ago,
two more of the old Cariboo miners
have crossed the great divide.
becoming thei during which there was a population
increase of lit per cent, nnd an area
addition to the city of 4:1 1-5 per cent.
The most striking figures are those
j shown during 1908-1909, $i:t.mU,2��
was added to the debt, and it is proposed to put on another $1,856,001
this year. The latter sum is for normal expenditure of Improvements, but
does not include any item for a possible tube railway or for the rltj's
share of the cost of the viaducts.
Wild Man is Captured
While He Slumbers
Uktah, Cai., Nov. 26.���Emilo Bad-
oni, known In this section as "the
wild man of Hopland," was captured
last night by Constable Orr, of Cloverdale, and Game Wardens Lee and
Miller, who brought him to this city.
Badoni has lived ln a cave near Coin-
sky station since last May, and had
not spoken to any one for many
months.      During   this  time  he  has
sunning himself on top of Squaw rock,
and was captured before he conl*
offer any resistance. Three rlBeWi
lay beside him and ln hii pocket waa
a loaded pistol. His cave was Ht-
tered with watches, guns and variows
other articles he confessed to have
stolen.
Badoni, who ls about 50 years oM,
wears long hair and beard, his ���!�����-
pearance being ln keeping with that
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THE DAILY NEWS.
ELEVEN ME SAVI.D
HON WRECKED SIEMK
UNCLE SAN GETS IN .
ON NIMIMGIMN CAME
"ONDAV.  N0VEM,
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Classified   Advertiscm
^m
Captain   Sn./der,   One   Passenger   and
Nine  Sailors  Escape   From  S.S.
Argo.
Astoria.  Ore.,  Nov.  28.���A hoal
containing Captain S ��� dei ,01 pas-
���eager and nine of th. crew of the
���sloan er 1, f fi in.  th*
I wl       Lhe c -       mi   t'i
foun"a - Bay on 1
night,   re icl ��� .   I: River
lightship  yesterdaj.     .       elevei
capants were 1 ,      -
ship and will bi  bl to Astoria as
soon as the 1 orm
sutlicii ntlj   * '   .
heinj: madi   '" son
The ra we of tl fi tj of the
ing Ixxu, whii
jriven   np for losl
by the tug Wai Ived
day.    Thi    W
close enough to I   ���   ii-"
With     !���'
throiijih a mi
too  roti pi
the  sl I]
Thr
night when a lil
the resci
and .a
mtxik   fails  1
lh(- Id
who  ...
George Papa.  C
Het!!;
savin?: ci
One Gunboat is Already on the Scene
and Still Another is On the Way
There.
Washington.    Nov.    28.���A    rumor
I gained currei   ��� te tonight that
lean blui jacki ts from the cruis-
; les   Moines   had landed  at
��� iwn, Nlcarag ia, today.    The rc-
. ould not  le.       ��� 1,    Naval
-   hi ��� e  dis< .,:���    '.-  ,���.-.ledge  f>f
��� 11  rep irted landing, and declare that
re thi   casi   thi   Navj   11 -
��� aent would ha\ ���   '
i    e'l        Of It, R POtt,
Chiel   of .'ion. |
said  i  ��� ,.   -           the Des
- 0 tar
Navy De] tin
Point    Limon, i'e.-' ���
Rica
CURED   IN   ONE   DAY
WANTED.
WANTED���FOUR WAITRESSES and
I.; Apply    Royal
'    . 1    MEN    WITH [
work of anj '
... preferred, Ap-
.   A.  S Lake-.   Hur- ;
1. C. I
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE    PEARSON     ELKL'IKKJ     _ ,
dealers    in    eiectrical    machln ���
fixtures and supplies, house v.-i;- ag
armature   wiring,     motor  repairing
etc.      Bank of  Commerce   bui;
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928,
*o
.STENOGRAPHY
FREEMAN     ui'-
Guichon   ,-
CUSTOM
TYPEWR,T
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Munyon's Col,i Remedy Rcllevca "if
head, throat and lungs almost Imtui llate-
. Ihecks Fevei , 1 1 J Ut .��� _ I
the nose, takes away nil achi - nnd 1 . is
caused by colds. lL cut.es Grip aud ob-
e late ( ,:- is uud prevents Pneumonia.
Prici  22,.-.
II ���.. yon stiff er swollen lolnts, n . matter h..w chronic? .v-k your druggist 1 .���
Munyon's   Rheumatism   Remedy   aiai   see
I av   qulckl;     ro 1   I    II   1   ���   I   era.!.
If y. a bi   ���   a ay y    r Madder tfiu-
ble get Munyon's Kidney Remedj-.
U myon's   Vitnllzer   makes ik   u_ca
���iroog a:.J restores lost powers.
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BY   A   M \X
a ll SeS.      An-
273-3
FISH   AND   GAME.
[BENSON   &  AYLING.  FISH.  PR| u
Game, v getables, etc.     Bei
���   p, Wli ' itei.
.'tt..r-   ,.,
lumbia st-  ���
Co
IMPLO " BY MAX
rk.      Ai.plv  at
273-3
FURNITURE
W.    i:     F I LES     THE   l-TKM 1 1 H
Denier, Uphi   -:  rer and Undertaki r
corn.'i- Agnea and McKenzie s   ���
Phone IT''., nieht  call 81.
TUlamool
coat sit g si n from
view  to ���
ditirms  cai ni : - , .   ���      '!   ���
steam  scl ���   ��� .-
out rrom   '��� -
to her assistanci I
standini: 1 ;.   the strand        1 ssel.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morn ng   Paper.
What Would
Be More
Appropriate
FOR A HOLIDAY PRESENT
THAN ONE OF OUR PIANOS
OR ONE OF OUR ORGANS.
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH.
A VICTOR OR BERLINER
GRAMOPHONE, SINGER SEWING MACHINE. ALL ON EASY
TERMS    IF     DESIRED. WE
HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF VIOLINS,
GUITARS. MANDOLINS AND
CASES.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS
COMPLETE. A CALL WILL
CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Farmer   Rules   on   Prairies.
Calgarj.  No ,   28.���G 1 1 a   find
���
:   :
[terms    '
i' om 1
��� report
-,,...    ��� . oats
in excess of this 1
:      farmi ; this
��� ��� - of 50
to 60 cents pi
���        - .Meel'.
Even held
' numbi
next . Ill   again   r< ach   ���.'   '
: isl   1     for     s Tl ��� Ir
lhat the influx of settlers
ma    ^^^^^^^^^^^
ly  incn tt  1
I sprii      months,  and  result  in   a
'.���'.������ marked demand for Beed-wheat
The farmer  tod ,.   Ig thi
ndent   and -���   '.jus   man     in
1   '���    ��� rta, and their per capita
thosi
.   li ed  by  parties  who confine their
Itions  Strictly  tb  real  estate.
which was flung on its side acr...-,
of them ai ���   bi oki n
kindling �� I.    Th   fireman hi -
a
I   inder tl
ers of the I to j
lives   but   ,������ !������   one   ��������� 2    A
wrecking   1    li    left at 9   o'clock   to
but all 1      I rains will
���
Prince
I   j   .
TO   THE      RATEPAYERS   OF     THI
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
ROOMS TO   RENT.
0    OH      .'
Fifth
'UR-
fur-
ax. -
GROCERY.
FOR   'Iii.     BEST    VALUE    IX   GRO
ci rh a    386      Tl e P in   Foo |
!    P. 0. Box 811.
GALVIN.
lorlng,
lng��|U8t
'   nd repairi
block,    i
and 264 Clar
A   :
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fah
t
WOODWC
VERY   STABLE.
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE,  S; ILES        Cl '
e Agi nts���
1  pn perty,
;
RING   UP    . .       "' IR
smart   turn Thr
HACKS  .\XI)
Fashion   Bta
Li   I
.    ��� ���
tial requis 1
1 ity ol  X  <v
Bad Wreck on C. N. R.
5 _V toon, Sask., Xov. 28.���A C. X.
R. freight train bound north Jun
Hanley   and   Dtin-
durn this morning, and the most
!   is wn ck that has ever or.an  _\ on
followed.    Twelve box  cars
piled on   the top  of the locoi totivi
LAND   ACT.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C
New Westminster  La-^d   D;stnct.   Dis
trict of New Westminster.
that  Williai    G
, of    X' '.'���   Wi   " r,  B.
bai     ter at law,
to apply for pei 1
1   following   .!���   ���    ���
(lommi ncing al   a  post  plante .  on
Wi Ic 'in"  P '   ';
Southv.       co mer ol  Lot  1478, .
1   Xew   Westminst) 1   district,   th
��� rly following the south boun-
dar yol aid Lol 1178, 10 chains a on
or less to the westei ly boundai
Timher Limit 38,783, thence south
along the said westerly boundary of
said Timher Limit 38,78:., 40 chains
more or less to the southwest corner
of said Timher Limit, thence easterly
following the south boundary of said
Timher Limit 30 chains more or less
10 the shore of Halfmoon Hay, thence
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Hay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing one hundred and sixty 11 60 acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated, November 2?.rd, 1909.
Genth ".en.���In      r< -
several  la       and   influen-
fro     the eh
W sti ill sti ;    aski
me to again o:. eif foi
oralty, in  view       I tensi      pub
lic improvements  nop   in  band, and1
1 in v,��� o-ront 1 proposed for t1     coi I      year,  I feel
ilace will be great-|JJ ��y (,,k>.  (
of the electors In the pr< r
will therefi self as a c
did ��������� at the fort! 1 I ctions.
As    previouslj        1    inci
my intention  to vei-   h tw fi ���.>���,,
politics at    the end of   the    present
term, but thi
of the electors that 1     ould conl
in offlce until  tl e  Im] 0
cram,  with    whicl   I  am  familiar  i'
every  detail,  h  cai ri ' :  out,  con pi
me r.e l   a- to their wi
s.-ck your sufti 1 ���
it . ��� ���������..; 1 ��� ih to devoti
my  very   In st   en. toward   pro-
���    ting tl ;-       of   I
maintain l
ernment, and I
waj '  ���   inten .- ts  oi    oui
city.
Thanxing   you,   I dii -   and gentlemen, for yofl.H^^^H support 1::
!. REAL ES-
- :  , 335.   Im;
et, P. O  .1 awi r 100.
.TTLl-.KS'  ASSe K_'[ \T OX OF B.  C.
���P. P. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
I,  phone  334.
:hine   WORKS.
TDK S ' :  MACHINE  WOK .S
Limiti'! ��� 1   Btri st,    Xew   Vi ������ t-
minster.      M inufacturers of a 1  !
sei and    Bhingle    mill  machinery,
Mill   plai '-    .nd   s;.< 'itlcat'.ons
: an d.
WESTM       i
Co.,    a
ca iin. ���
I deta
'   ���  fui
prletor.
and car :
473.
lire-
MARSHALL       SIX''LAI ll.       INSUR-
nce   ��� al eBtate.etc, l_ locatedfor
        thi   < fii cn of the Set-
���   rs'   \ Iation, Begbie street, op-
p isite  Windsor Hotel
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia strei t, Nt w w
���stmlnsl  r
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front  St.,  F;.- 0f sixth.
Phone  105 P. 0. Box 345
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.        PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AXD Accountant. Audi' made. Systems
1 Vgent fo the Hall Safe
.' ., Room 9, W< sti Inster Trust
block.      P. O.  Box  795.
HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER.   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps.    ,uid Sanitas:
house  painting,   kalsnmlning
banging    a:;d    decorating.
street,  New  Westminster.
paper
Sixth
ISKATE
H, ,T.  A.  BURNETT, AUDITOR  AXD
Tel. R  12?.    Room 7.
Westminsti r Trusi   Bio ;k.
AT THE
ARCHITECTS.
Pi VNOS AXD ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner   \v   _
Martin,   Mus.  Pac,     city        \
will bring him.
PYIHIAN Illl
  _^_____l	
past, ;md res;.,
voti s and   1    tence. I am,
. 9        j   ii "��� . ely,
'   H.  <y-:\ :'b
Ni w    We i;   C.,  Nov.
'1!
W.  D.   ROODFELLOW,
"   ea-lave-TV      Bl    I
ARCHITECT,
PRINTER'S.
Ladies    purr!: .  :
"ue during the month
receive a tlckel  ���
= chance on a gold ���
take place  NOVEMBL:-      , 1909,
TO THE   ELECTORS OF THE   CITY
OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter ch aning.     11. McEli oy,  rei
 J
���; ���  ������'':     fEHPR    SS .���   ���.. EVEKY
Qd ..I |ob printing.     Mldg ���
���  led i r :  Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone    22.     ]>   o      Qq.   j ,._.       ()|,,
Dally  News  Block, Sixth Btreet
Ladies and Gentl   oei I; ���   re
quest of a ver:   I nu lib     oi citi
zens and    rati p; j    - I '������--.
allow my nan e to be submitted I    I  ���
people for their support a< Mayoi   ol
New Westminster for '.'-������ year 1910.
My policy has Incn. i-. and wil] be
wholly one of progress and In the interests of all the people ol Ni w ��� '
minster. I will discuss Issues through
the campaign and ask your careful
consideration of all question.
PollinK dav Decemher 13th, 1
JOHN A. LEE
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R.   .1.    McNeil.     Over   T.   Ovens
Ith  sl . ;,  on   Eighth   street
C  rriages built, repaired and paint-
ed.     All work guaranteed.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT &    c \yy
Tlt-'' ":;- -i " ��������� ' r H. Home
' king. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed 0 ien I ev and
' 0 tram off] .���
SECONDHAND   STORE.
'
CANADI
'
j 11
DRESSMAKING.
W
DRESSMAKING -- SUI
and Waists. 7_> Royal
S,    SKIRTS,
ivenue. 204-6
BUY   AND
and  all   kinds
hand gooda
offlce,
SELL   FURNITURE
of   new   and   second
A  Speck,  near Tram
THEATRES.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
6YNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN     HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any availably Dominion Lands within the railway belt In British C��
bia, may he homeseteaded hyson wno is tha sole bead of
I or any male over 18
Ithe  extent   of
1160
HOY ' L CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
er ;*id dyers, 346 Columhia str<?et,
pi mi R278. The place when- the
dl t and dust is removed from th��
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and dellw-ml.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM.
��� la street FIrus-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
2_
lilMJU UQlii .   _:ii:^
You will find  It  ti
t< arrange your bookl
whether you fnti nd I
ng for your fri en li
From  Montreal and Quebec.
Empress  of   Britain   from St. John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and ,
ply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. It. Agent.
TELEPHONE  604.
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
,|--n
an;   , er
a family
years of age, to
pna-quarter section of
acres, more or less,
Entry must be made personally at
the local   land  offlce  for  the  district
ln which the land i., Bltuate.      blntrj
by proxy may,  however,  b    made ou
certain    conditions    by    the    father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an Intending homesteader
The homesteader ls requl
form the conditions
with   under    one    ot
plans:
(1) At least six months'
upon and cultivation of tli
each year for three years.
(2; if the father 1 or mother, it tne
father is docas-'li, of the homesteader
resides ujion a farm in the
the land entered for, tl
as to residence may h,. satisfied by
rson  residing  with the father
P.  O.  BOX  893
THE EDISON THEATRE,    CORNBB
Columbia  and   Eighth.      High-class
moving pictures. Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednes.
day and Pridav
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting
supplied.
and  all   kinds of  labor
H.E. ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next   Cosmopolitan   Hotel.
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN-.
THE
DAILY
NEWS
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will te'1'*
Brackman-Ker wharf every week dW
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner Westham Island and way ports, returning
to Now Westminst, r on following
day. Saturday, returnini: same evening.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster al ���'��� am-
Trips will be made to Steveston as
business  warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger ratel ap
P'y to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager
ired to per-
connected there-
the   following
re 1 lence
��� land on
vicinity of
requirements
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
*********+
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
i-i'
such  p,
or mother,	
(3) lf the set.th.r has h,s |lt,,.ni;in,,nt
residence upon   farming  laid  owned
by him in th, vicinity of his hoie-
stead, thereqnlrements ,1, to residence
may  be  satisfied   by   residence
the said land.
Six months' notle,. in wiii,,
be  given  to the commissi
minion  lands  at   Ottaw
to apply for patent
Coal.���Coal  mining rights
eased  for    a  period of
y^ars at an annual  renta]
icre.      Not   more   than   2500   acres
shall  be  leased   to  one lmiivi
company.      \ royalty ai thi
five  cents   per  ton   shall  be coilPPt,.rt
on the merchantable coal mined,
^ W. W. CORY
Deputy of the Minister Of the Interim.
N.B.7Unauthorts2fl   public.
this advertisement Will    not be paid
"TheMilwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
Chest Protectors
at all prices
AT
upon
 Bhould !
loner of Do-!
a of lnt,ent|0n j
may   bo '
��enty-ona '
"r  fl   per
Hia]  or
ratP or
No trains in tbe service on an?
railroad in the world that erjual In
equipment that of tie Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
elve their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland, Or
! RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND J
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
******+******+**e*******e**>*** ************** *******
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
*,��? t
MAKE YOUR APPtAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
J
fROM SOUP 10 COBB
the dinners    we serve
prepai
W'e
with  care and  discrimination,
exercise good judgment In buying,
cooking, In laving viands before >"
We have no apology to make for oui
place or what we supply.      we te
sure  you   will    commend  our  me?f'
methods   and   prices   when   you  "'
or sup at
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP-
TRAM  OFFICE. 1*1
DAY|  NOVEMBER  29,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK THRBtt
 ���     oiiTY LODGE, NO. 27.-
]0.OY-   / meeting oi  this lodge
TW r   ������  oddfeiiows'ball. Carnar-
,   every Monday   evening
von striiet.       ^   FerguBOni mmm
\.  Coatham. rec. secy.
,,   "      FRASER bODGE NO. 2
i. 0. > ��� "    .... arsta nd third Tues-
;    ...''  oath,    ^siting breth-
day '"'.',,,    invited    to   attend.
,   ,,. i;, W. hall, Odd-
ClarUson street.
���UtONKTTB. NO. 4099, 1-O.K
COI > ; f     ,���   priday   in   the
e8 o'clock,  In  th,  ......hi
,A,  ORDER   OF  EAU I.Kb,
! ,.     Meets every Tuesday
FISHERIES  SU3JECT  OF       H^^
INTERNATIONAL  AGREEMENT
N'ew   Fork,  Nov.  28.���Accordli
an   announcement     made    in    N
Fork   tonight,    the    agreemenl
tween Canada and tin   Qnil d
for the protection of tbe waters lyh
between the two countries fron
<lit ions endangering the ftshi i li
i n Bigni d an I probably will bei
operative   within   a   fortnight.     I
announcement   was    made    by    I1
David   Starr  Jordan,    the  Ami
member of  the  International   Fishei
ies Commission, which  has been pii-
gagi i foi  more than a year in drawing Up lhe statutes.
Dr, .ionlan said that the term
would furnli h adequate protection '
fish   life  in   the   waters  affected.
KAMIR CASTLE
TU COST $700,1100,01)0
New Castle Will Always Be Regarded
rtress By the German
People.
the cai th , which Ims been going (|"
for the last four years, has given em-
ploj in. nt to thousands of Poles, bul
the population of the    province will
i alwa. ii as a Bymbol of l'1 '"���"
I sian   di sp 'ism.
p.m.  in
tie Eagles
j. N. Altelv
Aerie
11 ��   -
bla street
to" \    prea ��� ii. Schoihdd, Becre
,.. i i. ������.
tary. .	
-   .,���   ,,,,���   TRADE-NEW  WEST-
,.,l oi Tra le meetB in tbe
,   City   Hall,  as follows:
. / of    each    month;
;; tlng    on   the    .turn
0, February, May, August
,',; \a.", nde  r.  at �� P-m-      Annua.
��� the third Thursday oi
New   members  may  he
aal elected at any month-
rterly    meeting.     C. H
gtUart-Wade, secretary.	
ARCHBISHOP   REFUSES
TO  ACT  AS  CENSOI
-oVoFsCOTLAND BENEFIT AS-
Nation,  Lord  of  the   Isles   Camp
on  the first    and  third
I     0( every month in K. of P.
Chief, W. Suiueriand.
It n  O   P.- ROYAL    CITY    LODGE
lNo 3- Meets   In   Oddfellows'   hall,
.: street, every Friday even
,    ,,, _ o'clock.    Visiting brethren
...^l' , madi  welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N ,; . c   i: Osborne. P G, record-
"��� tary
.Monlleal, Nov. 28.���Efforts mad,
the  managemeni   of  the   Academj   ol
Music   hav  so  far  failed  to  in
Archbishop BrucheBl to withdraw
condemnation   of   the   theatre  a
place for Catholics to    attend.    I
Archbishop refuses to tal... proi
of more careful selection of plays i'i
future,  and  demands  thai   a
censorship should be enfoi ci u b
the plajs aie accepted loi  production
before he ��ill  remove nis strii I a���
upon the French playh
0TH|.;e FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
im,,a|.. the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F and A. M-. King Solomon Lodge,
N'o 17 \ F. an i A. M. ; L. O. E.
'So   H50; !.. nl.. No. 1593; Court
 n   N'o   1683, I. O. I-\;  C. O.
V ,   ��������� luster,     No.   'i'ii);
... wis    Nest   \o   2\)
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St,
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Hall, Bla
id St.
Alberta City Is Scorched.
Wetasklwin, Alta., Nov. 23.���Shortlj
after 3 o'cloch yesterday morning, fin
broke out In the Easl side drug ston
recently assigned. The i'i. spread
rapidly, totally destroying th drug
store, Gardiner's hutch i i hop and
stables, and Wing Lee's laundry. The
fire brigade wns badlj handicapped
by the severe frosl and the low pressure of water. The buildings being
old. wen- dlfflcull to save, and the
final efforts were confin. .1 to the adjoining buildings. The drug stock
was in the hands of the ci editors and
cariied $700 Insurance, It Is not
known If the other i.n si s are covi ied
The buildings were completely
wrecked.
Mail Service
The  Kaisi r's new
���  fo en���ll   deserves  rather
.    fortress���is    nearlng
ll   ,-..,.. d. signed by the
liltect  Frans  Schwectens
��� l.v as au Impi rial  residence.
!""  Kaiser will  not   spend  more
a  few days each year there, bul
sign of the   German
di termination to main-
i     .i ii.  em  Prussia-Poland,    of
licit Poi i ii  is the capital, and carry
..ui  unflinching iis policy of Germanizing ai. alien and hostile people,
The castle Is expected to cost from
tivi   ie, seven   million  dollars  before
finished,   lt confronts in granite
thi    Btranger  as   he  leaves
;   ���   Posi ii railway station, liis eye be-
. ���  once attracted by its central
to n ;. over  220 feel  high.    Small* r
towers and bastions relieve the Bom-
ffecl oi the high ramparts.        |
The main tower contains the chapel |
. ��� ei i ilti s ol apartments designed for |
the use of tli '  Kaiser and his family. |
I he chapel i.   inlaid throughout with
n  mosaic exactly like that  In the famous   Wartbl I'g.     Below     the  chape!
is the royal entrance, a huge arched
luill  of  marble  and   sandstone,    and
al the end of this the broad stairway
leading   to  the  first  storey   with  its
royal   dwelling     rooms    and    festal
saloons.   The latter are enormous, the
al   saloon     alone     coveting     600
square  yards   and  being ornamented
with   mai hie pillars.    The building of
In   Dreamland."
"In   Dreamland" Is the title of the
thn e a. I diam..iia fantasy that will
appeal .,-��� the New Westminster opera
ie" i ��� . light, lt Is from the pen ll1
I'hiiu e. Devoy, �� ho is better knov, a
to fame as t be aul.... ��� of successful
vaudi ilie sketches Ihan real sure
enough plays, rhe i orj In briei i-:
thai ..r a young marrii .1 man ol means
w ho I a lh er in spiril uallsm, This
youn;. le. nedict, Bob Hammond hy
name, returns to his fashionable UP"
town house in New York and is upbraided bj lis uife for his foolish belief. His mother-in-law also makes
a few e austlc remarks aboul spiritualism and its devotees. The young
wife also feels deeply the fact that
Bob has forgotten that the day is
the anniversary of hei birth. This
little acl of negli cl is not allowed t(l
pass unnoticed bj her mother. Bob
declines to take pan In his wile's
social plans for the evening, pleading as an excuse an unusual gathering of shades at a seance be has promised   to   attend.      lie   is   left    seveiel}
alone nnd somewhat out of sorts at
the tm n evi nts have taken. He
throws himself upon a lounge and Is
promptly wafted into the realms of
dreamland. He dreams a fantastic
storj dealing with the fairy daughter
of Venus, Mephisto and other spirits.
During the action weird and humorous situations are brought ahout
through the aid of electrical effects
and magic art. The finish of the
dream is a tableaux lu which the
husband sees his wife In the arms of
his friend, ahout to forsake him. in
a frenzy of rage he shoots her. The
.. cltement awakens him in time to
clasp his wife in his arms, she having hurried to .the scene attracted
by his cries of fright.
WISDOM TEETH
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each case being the in'iir oi clo n
which is half an hour, a.- a ��� tie, before the actual despatch, Ail mails,
unless otherwise stated, arc despair.!
cd and received daily exo pt Sunday.
The onlj mails dispatched aud re
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and ('. P. R. east mails, not Including
the waj malls, Sapperton, fcYasei
Mills ami Coqultlam.
To Advertisers
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li ���
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East,    Including   United
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asi  Including Langley and district.
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b a.m.���L-la.m. aim Seattle, Including all L'. S. points easi aud soutu,
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12-. ;:o p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
berland aud South Westminster, bj
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
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Sense of Smell No Longer
of Importance ��� Human
Body Changing.
London,  Nov.  28. -The  docl rine of
the   survival   Of   the   lilt, .a   in   iis   ap-
[���inli 11 .a ti, the oi gans of the human
bod) prompted some hlghlj interesting speculations In the course ol Dr.
.1. Lindsay's Brads!) i r lectui e delivered before the Royal College or
Physicians recently.
The lecturer suggested thai "wisdom teeth are a turned industry" and
said that sensational though the
thoughl appears it seems probable
that the sense of smell, no longer ol
much practical importance to civilized man and hence removed from
the action of natural selection, is becoming rudimentary,
The many yards of the human Intestine, It has been suggested, are
simply "survivals trom a berbiverous
progenitor and of no Bervice to a mixed feeder like man." The lecturer
added that some authorities advocated snipping off a few feet from man's
tediously long Intestine. Like the
speches of many politicians, it is
rambling, involved and an interminable time coming to the point; it
should be cut down.
The human Jaw, Dr. Lindsay thinks
is getting sniallc.' and smaller, which
explains why the teeth are often so
crowded together that the removal of
some of them is a necessity in early
life. Our toes, once so handy when
we swung on the branches of the
primeval forest, are also undergoing
elimination except the great toe.
"which is of service in maintaining
the   upright   posture."
That   civilization   runs  counter    to
itural selection Dr. Lindsay thinks
is evident and instances the marriage
customs, the not uncommon conjunction of youth and beauty with age
and wealth, for example. He also
questions whether tlie medical profession is free from serious responsibility "when lt preserves those whom
nature has plainly marked out for
elimination."
In spite of the average increasing
uration of human life, tlie abatement
some of the worst scourges of the
human race, such as tuberculosis, typhoid fever and malaria an.l the declining sick rate of benefil societies.
physical degeneration is. Dr. Lindsay
believes, going on in England, and
the moral he deduces is the profound
influence of evolution on the race and
tlle importance to medicine of keeping in view the great disceverles of
Darwin.
im__yp^
' '^&e
HALF THn TOIL
of household work is taken
away when Sunlight Soap is
brought Into the home.
For thoroughly cleansing
floors, metal-work, walls
and woodwork, Sunlight
is the most economical both
in time and money. ���_..
cigar is drug,
SAYS THIS JUDGE
And   if  Sold  on  Sunday   it   Must  Not
Be   For Pleasure's Sake���Queer
Decision.
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Toronto, Onl., Xov. 28.���In deciding this morning that a cigar Is a.
drug unless the prosecution established tbat it was sold only for pleasure, Judge Morsoii, junio,' county
judge here, has rendered a decision
tliat will delight smokers who have
heretofore found it difficult to get tobacco on  Sunday.
Judge Morson had before bim, hy
way of appeal, the case of a druggist
W. II. Lee, who was lined $5 hy Magistrate Kingsford, some time since,
for a breach of the Lord's Day act, by
selling a cigar from his store on Sunday. Lee appealed to the junior
county judge, who also decided in
the Devin's case that ice cream was
food and might he sold on the Sabbath.
Mr. Lee put on the stand Professor
Ilebner, Dr. Dwyor, and Professor
Graham Chambers, all of whom testified that they were in the habit of preset ileing cigars and tobacco to be
smoked as a relief or cure for cor��-
stipation and other troubles. On the
evidence Judge Morsoii said: "A
cigar is cleai ly a drug. It was Perfectly clear on this evidence that tobacco is under the state a drug, as
the state takes no note on the intention, lt must lie sold as a drug oa
Sunday, only, however, for some
known ill. If sold simply to smoke
for pleasure it constitutes a breach of
the   Lord's  Day  act."
Judge Morson cancelled the $5 nne.
LIQUOR  LICENSE  NOTICT..
Notice is hereby given that I Intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Hoard for the City of
N'ew Westminstei' for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson. in the said City of
Xew Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New  Westminster, Nov.  IB. 1909.
NOTICE.
To whom lt may concern:
Take notice that in accordance with
authority granted by the Department
of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu is-,
land  draw  bridge  at  New   Westminster,    B. C, will    be    closed to boat I
traffic    for a    period    of  about  two
weeks,   beginning     November   15th,
1909, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO., i
C. K. FOWLER.
President.
Orient Seeking Revenge.
St. Catherines, Xov. _:s.���While
preaching at the anniversary services
last night iu tlie Methodist church
here. Rev. I. R. Patterson, of Brant-
ford, made reference u> the yellow
peril, lie said that if Japan makes
up hei' mind to get into British Columbia she will get In, because all
the lilies in Canada from the Atlantic
to the Pacific could not stop her. Jar
pan could put up two rifles for every
one Canada could put up. He coa-
sidered the situation called for prompt
action. The only way to stop what
will eventually happen is to Christianize the Japanese. He looked hik
iiii the assassination of Prince Uo
and the attempt on Lord Minto as evidence of an awakening spirit of revenge for wrongs which white men
have visited upon Orientals for two
hundred years.
FATAL   INJURIES
FROM   A   FLYWHEEL
Shakespeare, Ont.. Nov. 28.���H. C
Smldt, of Philllpsburg, while arranging to saw wood by an engine at tike
liouse of Henry Harold of this toww,
was caught by the flywheel, draw*
between it and the boiler, and
injured so badly that he died.
Jxtra mail is despatched to
Result of Thursday's Polling.
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I1.C. Coast SS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To  Victoria���Dally   at   1:30  p.m.
ii Alaska���November 23, 11 p.m-
7"   Queen   Charlotte   Island���Nov-
ember is.
T" Nanalmo, Union, Comox���Tues-
oay and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Mon-
d,'!Mi p.m.
To Nanalmo���Dally at 2 p.m
FROM NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
Upper Fraser river to Chiiliwack
,ml ��'ay points���Steamer Beaver
if'.ives Westminster at 8 n.m. on
Monday. Wednesday and Friday,  re
turning, leaves Chiiliwack at 7  a.m.
on Tu.
Fo,
dregg
or
day, Thursday and Saturday.
further particulars call or nd-
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New Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.   Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria via Vancouver at    his  hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all  0.
B.  point* east  and soutn. via G. N. K
Yp^n.-Second C. P. " east, W��
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mond Port Haney. Mission. Lallll-
wack.- Harrison Hot Spring.a Agnss
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences Bridge, Ng
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exc^it Kootenay^
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Railway. strawberry Hili,
9:09 >o 10:00 a.m.-8Wa.WDen7
by courier (Tuesday and *nda )-
9:30  a.u..-Vancouver and  Victor
via G. N.R. __ L-adnar,  Port
10:00   to  11.00  ��.��. T
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day. Thursday and ��j���J(Btm��.
ward, via fteamer J ��Bru ^
ton despatched and recc
couver.) ^t (fret train)
8:40a.m.-C.P-K- d  Coqult.
Sapperton,   Fraser  -M"1B
,am- ,,.���,.,,ver  Central Park
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver,
and Fraser Arm. by by couner.
District.
Conservative.
Maj.
Liberal.
Maj.
Socialist.
Maj.
Hate  Member.
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Seattle, in-
cludingall U. 9- P"1"'^  ea8t,   and
9:40   p.m.-SeeonJ   MM'      SeatUei
losed mall from Su���"^ Bnd al80
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Atlin  	
Alberni   .. ,
Cariboo (2)
Chiiliwack   ,.
Comox   ...   ���
Cranbrook
Cowichan   ���.
Columbia   ���. ���
Delta   	
Dewdney ...
Esquimau  ..
Fernie   	
Greenwood .
Grand Forks
Islands ... ���
Kamloops   ..
Kaslo	
Lillooet ...   ���
Nanalmo ...
Newcastle   ..
Nelson  ...   ���
. . Young, Dr.  H. E.  ..
. . .  Moi-.au.   Dr.   A.   D.
. . . Calahan,  Dr	
Fraser, J. A	
...  Cawley, S. A	
.. .  Duncan,  W	
.. . Cavan,   T	
. .  Hayward, W. H.   .. .
...  Parsons, H. G.  ...
...  Mackenzie, F. J.  . . .
.. Manson   W.  J.   ...
... Helmcken. H. D.  ..
. . .  Ross W.  R	
... Jackson J.  R	
.. Miller E	
... McPhilllps,, A.  ?....
... Shaw, C.  P	
... Mackay, N.  F.   .   ..
... MacDonald, A  ...   .
.. Planta, A. E	
... Stewart, J.
... Wright,   Harry   ....
Ellison,   P.
...42 Kearns.   Thos Young, Hon. H. E, (Con.)
...  Brewster,   H.   C 61    Brewster,   11.   C.   (Lib.)    .
 82 ,|���nes.   Harry         Jones,  II.   (Lib.)   	
 54 yorston, J.  M Yorston, J. M. (Lib.)   ...
..  15 Munro,   C.   W Munro, C. W.  (Lib.)   ...
..   70 Forrest, J. McK Cartwright. J. (Soc.)    Grant, R. (Con.)   	
.   160 King, Dr. J. H King. Dr. J. H. (Lib.)   ...
. ���  141 Evans, J. N     Hayward, W.  H.   (Con.)
��� ��� 17 Buchman, J. A     Parson, li. G. (Con.)   ...
..  170 Oliver, John Oliver, J.  (Lib.)   	
.   251 Thompson,   A.   ..,   ...   .:: Manson, W. J. (Con.)   ...
Jardine,  John
.  269 Fisher, A. I. ..
.   168 MacDonald. A.
. .  156 Patterson, D. ..
.. .  50 Purvis, P.  ...
.   252 Vasey, H. M.  .
.   82 Keen, J	
  Kagleson, M.  ���.
58
2ton1a*��        ... Taylor, T	
Revelstoke     c tton   F. L. C	
...  Thomas, J.   ...
244 Crease, E. A. ..
260 Dehart, F. R.
177 landmark, E. F.
Harrington, J. (Soc.) .
Heatherton, G. (Soc.)
Mclnnes, John (Soc.)  .
Hawthornthwaite, J.  ...
Williams, P	
Mathewson, J. (Soc.) ..
Johnson, Jas. (Soc.) ...
Kempster, G.  H.  (Soc.)
.Jardine, W. J. (Lib.)
.   .-Ross, W. R.  (Con.)   	
-..-Naden, G.  R.  (Lib.)   	
.   .-Mclnnes,  J.   (Soc.)   	
...McPhilllps, A. E.  (Con.)   ...
��� ������Fulton, F. J.  (Con.)   	
...Mackay, N. F. (Con.)   	
... Eagleson, M.  (Lib.)   	
��� 320Hawthornthwaite,   J.   (Soc.)
. 44Willlams,  P.   (Soc.)   	
��� Hall, Dr. G. A. B. (Lib.)   ...
��� ������ Ellison, P. (Con.)	
��� Taylor,   T.   (Con.)
Richmond
Rossland .. ���   ���
Skeena 	
Saanlch	
Similkameen .
Slocan   	
Vancouver   (5)
Victoria (4)
Westminster
Tali ... "".  .7. .... ...  ������ McBrlde
Braden,  W.  R.
Manson,  M	
Eberts,  D.  M	
Shatford, L. W	
Hunter, W	
Bowser, W. J	
Macgowan, A. H. B...
McGuire, Dr	
Watson, H. H	
Tisdall, C. E	
McBrlde, R	
Davey, Fred  	
Behnsen  H. F. W....
Thornton, H. B	
Gifford, T	
247 Farris, J. W Cotton, F. L. C.  (Con.)
���  19 English, Dr. J    ��� ��� ��� Macdonald, J.  A.   (Lib.)
. .219 Kergen, W. T    Kergin,  Dr.   (Lib.)   ...
, .110 Brydon, T. S     Eberts, D. M. (Con.)   ...
. 149 Elimhurst, E. C   ...  ., Shatford,  L.  W.   (Con.)
Ymir
Schofleld, J. H.
.. 71 Harris, J. C. (Lib. Ind.) ������������ Bennet, C. W. (Soc.)  ..
. .1450 Wade, F. C ������- Kingsley, E. T. (Soc.) ..
,. .490 Senkler, J. H Mackenzie, W. M. (Soc.)
.. .775 Campbell, J    ������ McGregor, M. (Soc.) ...
,.1130 Macdonald, G. E Garvey,  P.   (Soc.)   ...
..1088 stables,  J.  B    ��������� Pettiplece, R. P.  (Soc.)
...437 Oliver, John Oliver, George (Soc.)  .. __,.__,_
176 Drurv   R   L    Davey, F. (Con.)	
'..219 Houston. W.K Behnsen.  H.   F.   W.   (Con.)
...246 Morley, A. J.  (Ind.) Thomson, H. B. (Con.)  ... .
...267 Johnston, J. J.  ......   ��������� Dodd, W. (Lab.) Gifford, T. (Con.)	
.   196 Henderson,  S __le^rf?n\6\iU^    "Y  "
145  Oliver, A. M. (Soc.) Schofleld, J. H.   (Con.)   ...
��� Hunter,  W.   (Con.)   	
.Bowser, W. J. (Con.)  	
��� Macgowan', A.  H.  B.   (Con.)
��� Talow, R. G.  (Con.)   	
��� Garden, J. F. (Con.)   	
��� McGuire, Dr. (Con.)  	
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEW
M��NDAY,   novem
The Daily News
ser
Publis:. -i ;y me Dally Newi Pnl
lag Company, Umlted, at. their ot!
Tbe Dally Nf-v,'s Block, corner of
Ktnzie and Trew streets.
ces
Mc-
��� -��� an Independent Journal. .More
than oi ce we have had some surpi-
cion that it. was not so. but ratner
that  its management  and  policy  sa- ;
E. A.  Paige Managing  D'
���-zior
THE   "SUNSET"  AGAIN.
At tin- commi na mei ol the ri -
rent eli ction i we had i
sion to ret     to th    weal
cliviti..-    of   th,     Satu di ,     S ll
���' ar one time on 'et... .-ide .,:
the fence, at a ibsequen time on
the othi r, and in between whiles
tried to find nce on tl
itself. it. is still engaged In trying
to main 1       Its : ������   ���
ition .- took u
a de.
of all things   i
McBride and
Its efforl
���    ���
: tray in its facts and r,
n ." Ini
In its
Tl ai'
quen: of I
.
as one ol t to the peo]
of the i'i'   . :��� -
"Wi bave givei inani . mandate to I di -Bl , e
Man-,
\Vot ���
wors- province if
largely In I nment
support!   -       .
le] -    .
exlstet ��� |        ���       comes
from   the   G
nnanii
meni.      Tl of coursi
excep li ins, but   t..
roun:;.   press   is
The   expei leno    of     this   i
show.
\'. ���.:: la Tim I  this
papi ..      bi critici
the '. i thi
,
I . contal       .';���--
��� jtlng      Btatemi
.
...
eet.   Ii
portunism.     Our
cion  has  b< ��� n  confirmed  by  the re-
��� '-about   turn   movement
oui   weekly    contemporary    has Jus!
executed.     The how and why of this
dexterous volte face Is so clearly ap-
a that it is quite unnecessary tor
large upon the circumstance.
We will therefore deal only with the
plain I
"In its edition of October 23rd the
t roundly condemned the McBride railway policy, its condemnation was no less explicil and severe
than that of Mr. F. C. Wade, who told
the V ������ ��� convention on Monday
t that thi "ai   i iti age on
pi    , : ���  .  pi, -. Ince     .   .   .   .
day  Sunset  has    recovered fro-
strange attack    of    astigma:..-
having    recognized tbe error o:    its
ways Is row able to take a sto tig
THE    HABIT"
Special Today 3
^-T.-^.. -wejinrnm-;-- -<* ���,
suspi-   clear, business-like view   of   the i
way policy of Premier .McBride."    .    .
And   this,   this   is   the   paper   tl
says,  "the  experience    .
paign shows that with the excepti
of the World   the Victoria Time.
THIS  PAPER,  there  will   i���   -.,.,  criticism  of    the Government from  tl
coast papers."      Faugh!
- -
dozen.
ates   Your
75c, 90c and
The  tair
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Yveez.
IK'S FURNITURE EIIPORIOM BARGAINS "
Iron and Brass Beds is Our Sn��    i
This Week       PeC'alty
i_ carload of Bed
s
Tempest Severs
Hail LommunicaliLii
���
-ound. honest criticism
tn ngth of truth  aboul  i;.
So l p.  ��� s evi-
distasi the Pre-
i  apparent);
��� ���  Tory wire pullers at work.
re lnfon Bunsei
f thi     ��� th ult.      "To a
: McBride    i
���  I would meet him
tl,,- railway policy ol
upon which th	
��� I.   fought'     Was thi   i .
I    I  friend,  we wondei 'the Hon. W.
J. Bo< I in office
n one of bin e and s]
��� : ". ilitical hide ^;
Found nailed to the barn door on
..-   ��� a iee     26tl      as   will  he sent
we  bad   been    told In  the    Sunset a j scenic route i
-iy?     Whoever the mu-
tual friend       y ba' e been   our Incor-
... ems to havi
fallei ��� easy victim to the wiles and
��� lishi ents ol thi Tory conjuror.
I me a y from the interview with the Premier convinced
that as far as he was concerned ���-
had done his best under the circum-
S attle  by  tue  i ��� .
���      ving bi   n barred 1 y ���
train passed on it>
It retun    It   thl�� i
... made I
.- Ine I old  i    ���
through
miles  had beei
ivas found       t it, I I
earth slides.
tnd sr.: lor the same
Bt ...'. t r up
i.  :..mon_l to
pass > on thi   :..:iving
���   coast.
jS cut off
south is
ted ������������':���   of
ot the
i tl     extent ol
tain.
ake room we are offering at armtuf J5?1*' anfJ to
large number of odds and Lfs ^iS
em
We have received
make room we are offe
a 1
mone}i	
gains that await you at this store:
1 "nly IRON BED, Bquare lines in whit,
bj  ���   it., with brass spi] hlt
Regu.jr Va ue. $45.00
    SALE SP
2 only IRON BEDS with '-.   ... 1Dlnd      .
:  'ay fillings; size 3 ft. 6 In, bj   _ ,.' i poi
Regular  value  $7.50. .
'      8ALE SPI
6 only IRON BEDS, brass ( ,    , ,
Regular   value   $6 00 PS. rod
...     '"." SALE SP.
We Aim to Satisfv
���
���-���
ILL  PLEASE   MUSIC   LOVERS
���_ d
Obstructions Are Serious.
Gangs ni men are t. I ing  i
bstructions on I      lin      but il
t il   ���'���, it leasl
days bi  ore th, ,      ...
N.  R. tin..a.n ���   tins ���   n bi   c
The extei     . d ���    ;e on the old
rout        1 not beei ed al
time of going I    pn       ind 1   is
Bible  that it i    .   bi     leai    lb ;foi
the cutoff.      In  that eas
south  by it    untlj    ..
clea
The C. P. R. 1   -   iso suffered -'
lly, all comi I       "i'i.  th
and south havi] g  been  i ul  i
Tiie  middle of    yesterday    aften  >oi
The main  obs    . on the  lin--  is
a great earth slide w I ich a
lines for sev. i al  hun Ired 3
Maple Ridge.     How long it will I
to r.-n.'.i e   thif   and  p it  thr-  I
condition fi r .   ... is not ��� ertain
but it is stated that'll may tak.   sev-
stances  and  that  that  which  has al-, e|'al days, and it may be found neces-
ready ben undertaken is a long step |
Program  Arranged   for  Con
cert  Tc-' ��rr        Evei    ifl
lovers ty will hai e
'  ' '
the
1       ...   tak.
f Si   P   d'a
Reformed   Epis S
of thi   most talented
and eli cutlonisl i -  to
icludes
:. lerhlll,  the
aer.   The
-
...   ��� ���
' nd
-    ���     :
Recitatloi e
 Mr. W. H. B( 11
���    , Kel-
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'������  ni      isisted by
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nd L
. i    Underbill
2.���V ���     '��� ssrs. Ki II.     nd Bi
'���',.���It.-"  duet, Mi -sis. Major & Walsh
Dndi rl
tte-    lessrs    i     lister, Kel-
B      and Walker.
God Save the  King.
LEE'S Furniture ^SI
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NEW WESTMINSTER,
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Thrifty   people   who
,.     ��� USe  ou    Savings  Bank   Department w
it  convenient and  wi:;   receive
be   large or  small.     Sav
ing;
every courtesy, wheth.r t-.  -
Depatments at every  branch.
Manager J.  E.  HAWKSHAW.  New
Westminster.
1    il
.
Timi
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���
ill   praise
 | i
eli ..��� ������ it
-    .
....  .
cenl to the Wi
I
the .
New ....
dty tap   as N< w
1 ,ld also like to
saj   bat 1 . . nal was estab-
' particular pu po - ���  ol
.-,.,. :.. ��� ralism,
foi
whii estal lie ��� -1    tl e Daily
New .      usistent-
ly upheld I fought I thi principles ' .t-,_ i,-
form
I .      ... was  a  force,
both   in   Joun all ;    itii b,   be
fon Sunsel   ������ a    evei   heard of;
it hs maintained Its position rrom
tl - .���:;��� flrst number, both as a Llb-
ei'il organ and a newspaper; has nol
depend* d for Its i i ������ nce upon
oi t.. :. and it hat Ithi r asked
for ��� lained    what  tt... Sunset
U  ::     , ent  or
cwTwraUon. Nor has the News, like
t Bunsei hitu d and veered in ''���--
prtni time   to Ume to At
Useli   to  pr. vsWnj   ii :, u m ei    or  to
profit   rom   predominant circumstance*.     We claim  that    tie-  Neva la
right    ���     tied to .-hare with the Victoria Times tbe credil  ol  ne-,er having swerved   from  Ita  allegiance   to
tl     Ll bertl <au.-e.     As much certainly cannot be said for either thi   9 inset or the World.     As to the latter
it ha    I, '���   notoriously shifty in Ita
principles and  uncertain in its faith
for quite   a long time    past.     The
hedging at the time of the last Dominion  election  worked  much  Injury to
the Libera) cause as it will take long
to  repair.      When   the  World is  not
engaged in  talking about its wonderful self, il Is employed in "nagging"
at the Province,   which   reminds us
thai we have not yet heard of an action of slander against  tlle Province
which  the  World  was so full of Prior
to the last Dominion election, in rc 8
certain $30,000.
As for the Sunset, we think precisely the same as we did, on November 3rd, after a mutual friend had
taken (by hand we presume) Bruce
Io ,ee Mr. McBrlde, the following being an excerpt from our own editorial
on that date:
"The Saturday Sunset oft proclaims
.Iif '���;���,'! oi the fh-sired end.'
"Proceeding to commence the turn
it t.'.e Sunset procei da to tell us
in regard to thi which
previously it had so strongly
rd    to tl " route of   the
:  line   the Premier answer* I
tl ������   question:	
"Ho        eet!    How gentle   Is   this
��� ol thi   P :,      npari-
ii l< d to him a   ���
:      And so this chanf
���   :
���  it     Imi   ���    ���
��� I
:    t of our con
any furthei       I the    co
t  il     previou     critici
. '
��� ���   of    a   Mi .
��� - ibn I .
I of argu In   " ���
ag tl       ���       Pn mier's
be an  i
pi     Ince,    and    i.s    nol   the
'patch; tate, ous find
specie .-' . ���: lir it was io: merly B dd
to I.e. And thi Sunset ia an independent organ!"
This was written on November 3rd,
and f.te  November 8th, alter another
marvelous somersault, we penned the
following   under   the   caption   of     the
Ri ' antation:"
"We are glad to see that tthe Satur-
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7-ROOM   HOUSE   CLOS7I       )   SIXTH
ONLY $1300 ON EASY PAYMENTS.
STREET   CAR   LINE.
TV
ELECTION
A meeting of the friends and
supporters, of Mr. John A. Lee
as Mayor for the coming year
will be held in Mr. Lee's Committee Rooms on Sixth street
(next door to the Columbia
Office), on Monday evening
next at 8 p.m.
All   are  cordially  invited.
VOTE FOR THE
People's Candidate
6-ROOM MODERN HO'JiF. JUST OFF BRUNETTE ST.
TKE NEW SAPPERTON-MlLLSIDE CAR LINE. EATH. E
TRIC   LIGHT,   ETC..  J1800. .b0 CASH   SECURES  IT.
AND
LEC-
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New Books for the Long I
Winter Nights
White, Shiles & Co
G28 Columbia St,, New Westminster.
We have just received   a   large    range  of    new   '.     .-ight
Books   of   best   authors  known.       It   is   a   fine   selec" -
over   a  thousand   books   that   we   know   will   interest
merous  patrons.
Magazines.   Papers    and   the   Xmas   Annuals   are   n
riving   daily.       Droo   in  and  take a  look  through.      We don't
yoj   to  buy���The   long   winter   nights   invite
ti   ��� y.ing book.      We have  it.
JOIN OUR LENDING  LIBRARY.
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Bookseller**, Stationers, Newsck .-.ers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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is now under XEW MANAGEMENT
and is giving the best meals with the
most   prompt   service   in   the  city.
Our 25c Lunch (11:1 0 to 2) and 35c
Dinner (5 to 8) are becoming popular.   Short orders at all hours at
reasonable prices.
Dominion Trust Block, Opp. Postofflce.
J.   P.  CASH,  Proprietor.
IW Bulla Annex I"
Fourth Avenue and Minci Street
SEATTLE
per  day UP-
per day up.
RATES:
Room  $1   p*r   day  up.
n-uuiM board  $2.50
Poom with ba'h $2.50
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All lutside rooms, with he: ami cold
water I am v^*, ion? distance telephone, "ous n."��t8 all train? ant! b-^sXi
The Daily News will be Kepi on 1|e
ln our reading room.
CARLETON  GILBERT, MP-
Advertise   in   The    News.
Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
in JSD��TVS d��Wn and Ten D��llarS Per m��^> no
mterest.   This property is on the new cut-off of the
B. C. Electric Railway.
All kinds of securities purchased.
Lot  on  Fourth   street,   between
Third and Fourth avenues, all in
orchard.   Price $1000.    Terms to
suit purchaser.   Enquire
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NOVEMBER  29,   1909
THE DAILY NEWS.
Ai
PAGE FIVE,
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Grand Showing of Christmas
Gifts on View,   Main  Floor
DAINTY NECKWEAR, NEW BELTS, BRASS GOODS, PURSES
AND BAGS. KID GLOVES, FANCY LINENS, FURS, BLOUSE
SILKS. JAPANESE CUSHION   TOPS, KIMONAS, LACES. RIBBONS,
ETC, ETC.
WE SELL FOR LESS.
Tne Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
SPORTING NEWS
CON JONES IMPOSTS        JT0K0NTO VAHSI1Y
!      THE TECUMSEH TEAM RUGBY CHAMPIONS
s   (-"our   Members   of    thc   Indians'   Ottawa    Players   Were    Not    Used   to
Team Corralled and  is Looking the   New  System  of  Signalling
For  More. Used.
W. E FALES
offers you exceptional bargains TODAY
in House Furnishings, from basement
to attic.   Before purchasing elsewhere
see
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GOOD MORNING
you   were   reading
I
Did  the  letters  blur  whil
the paper lasl night?
My   glasses will make your vision clear, by ro- .;;.
llevlng tli,. eyestrain. $
Optical Parlor.          \\T      T?     T A TT w
Dominion  Trust   Bldg.    W.    T.     I A 1 il.. |
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The Art of Givini
according to receni
' i ������ ""in Vancouver, now secured
""'���  tn e-third of the Tecumseh la-
  to assist  him In bis ef-
11 Is l" gel  his honks Into the Minto
I    e ason,
li  is confidently expected thai   be-
the lacrosse season opens nexl
il:,' Vancouver sporting magnate
will have secured the remaining two-
thirds.
The latesl addition to the ranks of
\ incouver merci narles is si Gi If-
tin      talwarl    gentleman   who
polnl     for  the   Indians
ii  they  lasl  visited  tins city.    81
- 'I    in  Vancouver   on S tl urdi . ,
roday l)..l!y Durkln, who last season
���i. Ided in   stick us outside home for
thi   Tecumsehs,   is  due  to arrive  in
Vancouver.      Dolly   will  also wear a
��� . an sweat, r this yi ar. Pickering
who playi cl e good game een the Indians' defer e lasi season, Is also dm
t.. arrive    In  Vancouver    sunn, time
ih.   nexl   few  weeks.      Plck-
��� ��� li -. is coming to the coasi to sei up
a jewelry business, lan ii is i xpected
thai he won'i have bi en on tbe coasl
for any gn tl h ngth of time before
Con has his name on the bottom of an
agreemenl  h
Con's ii.'... acquisitions arc all good
men. and should make some interesting lacrosse next year. Hut as for
his new players getting Con the mug.
Tut, mt:  Buy an alarm clock.
The Leading Furniture House
612-518 Agnes Street, Opp. Public Library
Rosedale Grounds, Toronto, Nov.
21.���The greal struggle between Ottawa and Toronto 'Vai sltj for Dominion Rugby hiinois look place this afternoon on these grounds, and resulted in a win for the 'Varslt) by a seme
Of 31   tO 7,       l-'or the pasl   week speen- I
iation had been rife as to which four- Undertaking   \ n   all   Its   Branches
ieen would emerge victorious from
the contest, and the result cam.' In
ih surprise,    as it  was
generally supposed   thai    the capital ,
combination would win out.
The Ottawa team did nol pul up
nearly as flue a game as they played
lasi Sai ui day. when the) defeated the
i- i : it was e\ Idenl I. their off-
daj. \\ hichi combined v\ li b an entire i
change ol signals with w hich Hu*' no j
doubl were nol a - faml ai as they
should he. resulted In their downfall,   i
? ^lOESSSS CT
Our Lines of Oil
FOOTBALL
SATURDAY'S   FOOTBALL.
Rugby.
MIL!,Kit CUP SERIES
Welshmen, 15;  Rowing Club, 3,
Argos, 1'..  Crusadei.
INTERMEDIATE.
Rowing Club, 3; McGill, 0.
Soccer.
I'll UtITY CUP SERIES.
Albions, -; V. ('. M. A., 1.
KAUFMAN AND LANGFORD
BOTH AFTER JOHNSON
Xew   York,   Nov.   28.���The  posting
of  $10,    b)   Sam   Lang!ord   to  gel
a match with .lack Johns m, and thi
known desire ol Al Kaufman to meel
Jeffi les before the boilermaker meets
the coloi > il champion, is ci ��� ating considerable discussion among sporting
circles. Many doubl that It would
be wise for either Jeffries or Johnson  lei lake on  these men  pi i"> loUS '"
the championship battle. Some think
thai li would be an easy chance for
the big fellows to win Boine money
and at the same time attract attention iei the big fight.
Others contend thai ll would be
rush for either man to run the risk
of defeat, which would kill all interest in the contest between them for
the wc aid's championship.
H has bi en suggested thai a battle
between Langford and Kaufman would
be Interesting, as the result would
furnish a challenger tor the winner
of the Jeffries-Johnson light.
till     ct an article both useful   and   beautiful.      This   combination
.,   :      ,und In my new stock   of
SOLVER WARE
Amongst the many articles will be found Fruit Dishes, Cake Baskets,
B ��� . Trays, Toast Racks. Butter Dishes, Bon Bon Dishes, Spoon
Trays, Napkin Rings, Child's Silver Mugs, Child's Sets, Cream and
Sugar Sets, Sugar Spoons.
have vou call ancl   look over  mv stock
B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
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NO OUTLAW BALL FOR
WALTER   McCREDIE
Portland,   Nov.
-Wall
McCre-
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
ftion ths. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
i li -. g have umler; one a nol u i ���
able set 11 niiu_ sine.,  he  ga ..   "en  an
a        ��� iveek.de-
. [aring    the      Northwi stern    leagiu
. . utlaw    and selz    Poi t-
lai
,   .: ,  ....    !, licve    ��� ���  oul law   ball.
bad better wait," is Walter's u.->\
now.
A talk with li    um le  Judgi   W. VV.
'  Credie,  was    what    changed    the
mi's viewpoint.     The two have
been m conference for several days,
and ii  bi cai ie straightway apparenl
thai   the judge  bad  told  Mm  to  go
| slowly.
"1 ih,n'i think there, will be an outlaw  league    ben   this  si ison,'   said
Walter, after talking  with  his uncle,
"for I don'l bi lleve any of the North-
wi stern league magna! 'a will .-are to
stick through a war such as undoubtedly will be waged If we should cut
loose from the ass..elation.     As far
i as the Paclflc Coasl    league is concerned in its present form. I am sick
S and tired of the whole outfit, for they
: have  never done  anything else   bul
' rub it into Portland at every opportunity.      As to what policy  Portland
j will pursue, I cannot yet say.
"I expect to hear from Dusdalr
\ very soon." said Judge McCredle,
i "and when I do I will probably make
a trip to Seattle for ;t conference with
i him. Until then 1 cannot say what
! we shall do."
BIB  PRICE  OFFERED
FOR   FIGHT   PICTURES.
Pittsburg, Nov. 27.���James Jeffries,
Sum Berger and Frank Gotch stopped
. . pitt burg  this wei k, on their way
i . vkiu.i. ...-a.,e. .a i.. d an offei
from II. H. Frazee of Chicago to pay
y. 5,1 oo foi    e be   . xi usi
ihe mo. lng pictures ol the
betwi er Jeffries and Johnson. B 11
explained   thai   If   the   offi r    Is   ���" ���
... pted ihe     mom ,    will b ���   divided
a  .    a   i    ���        and tii    pro
ai,,ners ol the battle. Jeffries said
he felt line', we Ighed 226 pounds n I
is taking three hou i xi i else d my.
h.. intends to be In New York Di ci tn
L, to ..i'e ii  bids foi   I.,.. prospi c
,a;'.i   a ith Johnson,
c
T:
ine
CJ
Are
Unsurpassed
i
MOTOR SPEEDWAY FROM
CALGARY TO BANFF
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Keep Your House Warm:
Calgary, Nov. 27.���A Beventy-flve
utile automobile road between Calgary and Banff and probably coating
$ir)(i,iHiu is the proposal now before
the Calgary council, board of trade
and automobile club.
This Bcenlc speedway, when completed will permit of owners of high-
power cars running at their maximum
speed, and 60 miles au hou: will be
easily possible over certain parts.
The scenery along the route cannot
be surpassed and the new road will
probably be reserved for exclusive
ase of motors and will provide, tourists with an opportunity Of easy runs
between Calgary aud Banff at any
hour of the daj or night. It is expected that many tourists from the
east will, upon the completion Of the
road, detrain at Calgary and motor to
Banff.
John U. Marsh and Hi arl St, Yves,
who are In a class by themselves j"
��� , long distance running game, wlll
enter as a team in the big twelve-hour
endurance race which will be pulled
off in New York early In the New
Year. Messrs. Pallock and Powers,
two well-known Gotham sports, are
handling the big races in New York
again tbis year, and tbey have written to Marsh and St. Yves askint,
ihem to forward their entry. Two-man
teams will compete and .Marsh and
SL Yves at once decided to "team"
it in the endurance contest. Marsh
will leave for the East early next
month to prepare for the race, while
St. Yves, accompanied by bis manager, Al. Copeland will leave St
next week for the East.
Marsh and Stanley will meet
la-mile event tomorrow night
Victoria. After tlie race John I)
taturn to Vancouver and will
ready to meet Shrubb or Longboat lf
they come West.
ittle
In a
in
will
be
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel '
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN j
X C.OOD  SECOND-HAND     COOK  STOVES  FOR SALE  CHEAP.    ���
jTrust Block, Front St., New Westminster |
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Bjornson Near Death.
Paris, Nov. 27.���The family of
Bjornsterne lijonison, the Norwegian
poet, dramatist and novelist, are
gathering at the bedside at the Hotel
Wagram, fearing that he will die before night. Hjornson lias suffered a
stroke Of paralysis and is afflicted
trom his waist down.
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS
Had a Rough Trip.
San Juan, P. R., Nov. 27.���The Portuguese barque Navaganto has M"
rived here with her mainmast gone
and otherwise damaged. She sailed
from Barbadoes on November 13tB
with a cargo of molasses for Func.bal,
Madeira. On November 14th she
encountered the West Indian hurricane and sprung a leak. The captain had no chart of the place, but
entered In close until he saw the
lighthouse, when the revenue cutter
Algonquin went to the rescue. The
vessol, however, needed only guidance
entered port unassisted.
It Pays
You
TO  VISIT   US  WHEN   IN   NEED
OF   A   PAIR   OF   SPECTACLES.
WE HAVE HAD NEARLY THIR-;
TY     YEARS   EXPERIENCE     IN
FITTING AND ARE IN A POSI -j
TION   TO   GIVE   YOU    ENTIRE
SATISFACTION      AT      PRICES,
LOWER   THAN   OTHERS.     WE
MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TESTING.
O
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EVERYTHING IN
WATERPROOF
GOODS
Coats alii lengths and
���all sizes.
Pants all sizes.
Leggings.
Oil Hats.
Rubber Hats.
Aprons.
Just to band, two new
lines
MOTOR COATS
Plain Coat $12.00.
Piped   with   leather,
$15 thc- Coat.
I
The Wardrobe
Clothier
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
i   AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
IT YOUR
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All kinds of insurance written at the lowest possible rates in strong independent Canadian and
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We are general agents for some of the best fire,
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moment's delay.
Place your insurance in an office that makes insurance its principal business, and be sure that it is
attended to promptly.
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THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
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MONDAY.   NOVEMBER
WATER   NOTICE.
LIGHT Of SOCIETY      I
WW. HUSBAND DULL
Lady Crofton   Runs  Away i
For the Second Time With
Lover.
Notice la hereby given that an application will be made und r P..;- V.
of the  "V>  '��� i   Acl    ".
a license in the W< - ter Division
of Westminster District.
(a).     The nam< . address and occu-
��� of the applicant is the Va.
ver Power Compan     Ll tited, b
its hi at the city ol   ���
British Colombia,       .        ing a
;;l of t-.." ���::���   led inl    2,-
t .        each, all fully
I   . : up.
I b).   Tl
or  .- ��� Is Sui ,:,  flowing
into th. en �� :. Dewdney
about    tli! ee   and   oni -
Dewd Ion on the
i Paclflc       Iway.
11 e     point    of    diversion  is
aboul   ei    I   ....        up  S iii ide
from  the  point  where Suicide Creek
a    i        :i_in Pacific     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Ralh iter  to  10 - :.;..!.  but  Montagu came
id).   The quantity of water applied on tho sann   l-oat   ard thej  had been
:     BB cubic feet per second. I her.; bu'  fo;tv-tigbt hou:.- when the
i'i.   The character of tbe proposed   pair starifd
works is the diversion of said creek'Sir  Ot-oige
UlIlir | him in the cage.   The savage Simian
nine
I kee]
LLlL I tluLU 1 LU   LlKhlLli exhausted from loss of
I. : a 28.���Melancholy pity
. i      ed ir. i foi   ^;-
.. the Irish
' ..nt-!. .     Lad)
I- ram ��� i     fton, ran away
a v.-. k - . second time with
1    VValici     U Montagu.    Her
urst < ali  Montagu  was to
Creek j New York where
Touched   Metal   Breadbasket
stantly   Killed   Charles   E.
ofVancouver.
and
Pier:
and the strain, and the animal
-   eg    In a frightiu
- .
iring 1
. - ���   ind i  is    :'.
d of other ei
-      is I
;  condition.     His   home   is   in
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured   by
J. HENLEY
N'EW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13.
Offic;   Eighth  st
��� ��� ��� . wi  ,��� ���   ..aj the
last w.. k in 0< li bi >..
Tne enir..' wift  'vas induced to i
by lueans of dam, ditch, flume, natural waterways, tunnels and pipei and
the establishment in connection
therewith ol a wati . power plant for
the generation of electricity for mechanical, Industrial and commercial
purposes and particularly In the operate ol motors, machinery, electric
lighting, the operation of tramways
and other works for which such light.
heal and power, arc suitable and
available. The premises on which
the water i.s to be used is a power
house to be constructed in Township
Twenty-one (21), Dewdney district,
about two miles north of the Canadian  Pacific    Railway,    nAar Suicide
Creek.
(g).    The  purposes   for  which   the
water Is to be    used    is to generate
fo.   .New Zealand.    Now
has   begun   divorce   pro-,
f.-.-dings, and his home and life are
believed to be wrecked.
There was no secrecy about the
second elopment >Ladj Crofton insolently told her husband tliat he was
teOO stupid and respectable for her,
and that life with him was dulli r than
she could stand after her deliyhtl .
sojourn of six weeks In America with
Montagu, who considi red a daily gift:
of diamonds as much a matter of
course as dinn>ir.
She further told her husband that
she was going away again with Mon- j
tagu, and that he  (Crofton) need not1
put   himself  to   the  trouble  and   ex- :
pense of coming after her or sending
friends  or   detectives,  as   she   would
not come  back,  and she  would    not
mar the peasure of her new life in
Vancouver, Nov. 28.���A_s he sl
Into the pr mlses at the rear of '.-'
���    Lodge,   eat 1)   6 I... daj   ���   - ni
.. -   ;.      l   from   Hoj .   di I
on, Charles !.. Pearce cami   I
ict with a live ������������ I ���   and was -
stantly   killed,.     The   accident
i at about        i o'clock.    Pi
ng into the back yard oi
from   his   tan   with   a   i
.. .-.. Bket   over   his   arm.   whi
���    wire  struck
basket and the man fell to t ..��� gi    I
trocuted  instant.   ���    .-iy.    it   ap-
that the win   from one oi
ephone poles  had snapped  duri
���' ���    ..I..;..   and   - .::   ti.--  ci
touched   a   bighpower   wire,   at   on<
. in erting   it  into  a   messi og r
The metal bt ead-basket an I
tlie damp clothing of tbe man onl;
added to the death-dealing powers
the connection. Peearce ivaa an ��� i
ployee of Charles Hoy <t Son, Denman
Street, was aged about 39 years, and
a a es a wife and two children at bis
bome at 13o Seventh Avenue East.
electric  power,    light    and heat  for : the Antipodes by making any secret
traction, lighting, heating, manufacturing and all and every industrial
or other purposes to which It may be
applied.
Hi. It' the water is to be used for
power or mining purpose, describe
the place where the water is 'o he
returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in .altitude between
point of diversijn and point of return. The wate,- win be returned to
the Led of Sulcldi Cree;,- at or near
the sai.l proposed powerh
difference fn altltu le bi lng a] ,
mately six hundred feet,
(j).   Area of Crown  land Intend id
to be occupied by the proposed ������
will not exc ed 900 acres Inclush e i -'���
lamls to be submerged by rea on oi
storage of wai r.
1   >       This  notice  was  pi   '   !   on
the 3rd d ���    ��� I
appli' ati  n  will be made to the '
missloi er on tl     101    <!     of Di
ber.
' i e.   Giv.   -:    ���   mi s and
of llcen-
e ho or wl        Is       i      likely
���
Oil I a   .
none.
inti     The pari t :    the    Memi
,. the i
w tthorizes 1      ;
catioi      d  v
Thi which   '
1 ��� and to whi
obj-  ts i ��� tricted
are I     al       nd wa
ter ].-:������-��� ���     by reco       of ui
wati r oi   by  I of wai
reci    - ter privili -- - for.
I ��� -.  ������ . Ing and main-
power   hous
ea ind
-..' I eS as are
Bi and  proper  for  the   -
ating tricii    or ele< trie I ���  ������
form of di v< loped power, and foi   ti      . itting the same to
of her identity or her companionship
with Montagu.
j    To it close confidente the young
titled   beauty  confessed  that  she had
away   from   home,  husband  and
child   simply   b-ca isi    of  an     uncontrollable  yearning    for    novelty.    It
��� ��� same desire, she said, which
causi .1 ber to fall in love witl
tagu. whom his dependents call "Lord
Montagu,"  and   to   go   with   him    to
Amen'ea  Incognito,    it  was the reading of  "Pair "  the  young   wife  said,
that first made her longing for new
things  Irresistible.    Sh..-  had  opened
the hook al a time when Montaegu was
guest    ���   ���       u      tral Crofton estate,   Mobil]   castle,   In   County  Leit-
rim, Ireland   last  :-; i lng.
Thought 'Frisco Was Destroyed.
San Francisco, Nov. _.��.���The failure of an engine in one of the big
power-houses, caused by a low tide
shutting off the water from the condenser, interrupted all telegraphic and
telephonic communication with
outside world for about 20 minutes
last night, and gave rise.to a flood
of rumors throughout th�� count::-
that the Interruption had been ca .-
by an earthquake. As soon as the
trouble  in   the   powerhouse   was   re
Ired,  and   communication   restored.
many  telegrams  of  Inquiry  from  all
parts of the counti> deluged tbi    i
telegraph and r ews]   ; i r "tii'. s.   T
fact  that the Portland.  Los Angi
and   Salt   Lake   telegraph   offices   repoi ted   to  ti.. ir  Easti rn   conneectii os
���   they could n<.'   I S  :.  F
cisco  on  any  wires  tendi d   '
e ime color to the ru iors of I n i
quake.
Horses  D.ing  By Scopes.
.     - Nov.     28.���
-   ���    3  section
-   . -  '  .   ������-.-.
-   "Pernic-
- spread i i.a
... Owm        :    '
���  rough thi a
��� ���  . v.teiIna
combat th i
li -���  60 horses
and  others  report
In number. A
��� slmilai ���   ��� .- ���   .-   said  to
ed  tl Is of   horses   In
tbe     Idi      west   States last 3 ear.
_���i ���   ������������-���   -������.
More   Workmen  Join   Strike.
B.edford, Ind.. Nov. 26.���After read-
aotlces posted about town that
Judge Wilson, on the application of
the tnillowners in the great stone
quarries of this district, bad granted
a ������ straining order against the strik-
;- .   cutters    the    operatives  of    the
ley Stone Works and the B< dl I
Sti ':i Works quit work today. This
swelled the ranks of the strikers by
over 200.
743
FRONT  STREET
1-  the pi if-.  I >  buy  or sell   new and
Qd-band goods of any Und.   W��
have nearlv
100 DOZEN JELLY JARS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
] are new.
We also have a splendid <Iarge case
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and' S
Animals ' *
w
���^ or
^ on you?
'iter,
''Ceroid
of
Roof cf
tarn gone bac
No wonder *'-.., ,,   t    .
I. .���. '     i* fiard k
1 , - ,   .. d'��"
Put oa a aew 00i
Rooi ig,    -
Kill eral ;    .
will   .
beat, cold  ^
ood! -.^e.
JLt.  V"       ' Wre.
\VH.n" "rot
Most i |led      r".
no painting.
Call ar a
samples and pricei.
��� er-
and require,
Particul,r||
���
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tei] you all wi
have, but no matter what you want
come here fir.-t.
Alex. Speck |T. J. TRAPP X (0 |u|
SECOND-HAND   STORE '
Columbia St.      "Man on the Wheel." |
"Lifebuoy    Soap  i    delightfully re-
Ing for ba t|   or I 11 t. Koi  wasti-
Ing underclothing    It    is    unequaled.
ea   and   purifies.
NOTICE.
be ised by the i mpany or by pei Bons
or companies   cont with the
' then foi aa a motive powei
for th'- operating oi motors machinery or electric lighting or other
works, or to be supplied by the company to consumers for heating or as
a motive power for propelling tramways f>r for driving, hauling, lifting.
pumping, lighting, crushing, smelting,
drilling and milling or for any other
operations to which it may be adapte :
or to be used or supplied for In con-
nection with any oth'-r purposes for
which electricity or electric powei
may be applied or required.
(g). For rendering water nd
water power available for use. application and distribution by erecting
darns. Increasing the .Mad of '^titer iti
any existing hod;, of water, or i xtend-
lng the area thereof, diverting the
v.-..'i:    ol  any sti pond oi   lake
Into an) othi i channel or channel .
laying oi erecting anj line or flume,
jd;.<- '.i   weir   constructing any race-
la hereby given that an application will be made by thi Van-
��� r, Westminster & Yukon Ii ���'������
way (.'ompany to the Parliamen ol
Canada al Ita ne t session foi an a
to extend the time 'bjv commencing
��� e construction ol the line of the
company's railway, authorized by
Chapter 87 of the Statutes ol 1901,
until the 15th day ot May. 1912; and
to extend the timi for finishing and
putting the said line in operation until  the loth day of    May. 1915;   and
'also to change tbe route ol tl pi '
uch other ��' "'f' lin(- of ,!i" company's railway
authorized by Section 7 ot the sai'!
act, which runs from Squamish valley to Hazeiton, or'some othei point
���in the Skei na river from the route
authorized by the said section oi the
said act, to a route descrlb I aa follows: Commen-int' from a point at
or near the city of Vancouver or
some other convenient point on the
.-lore of Burrard Inlet to a point at]
or near the city of N'ew Westminster
in the province of British Columbia
ti . line of railway being in addition to the line of railway between
the said points which i.s authorized
by the company's act of Incorporation), and from  the said point at or
;near the city of New Westminster to
the south  side    of    the Fraser river,
thence  by  the    most    feasible  route
through    New    Westminster District
and ln an  easterly and northerly di-1
rection through the districts of Yale,
Lillooet   and   Cariboo   to  a   point  on
the branch line from  Willow river to
Edmonton authorized by Chapter i"1'.
of the Statutes   of    1906 al or near
Tete Jaune Cache; thence northwest- i
teriy following the line of railway au-|
thorized bj  Chapter 176, of the Stat- i
lutes of 100fl, along the South Fork of
Man Beaten By Baboon.
Portland. Ore., No    28.���Strug)
for h: ���      a infuriate.I '
Pr   I   Wilson       trainei   ���
ployed   by   tbe   Don   Carlos A:  a
She ws. fought ������  ;   foi    alf an
1 o .    yesti ������ 1th    "Kokomi
[���ink-tailed   baboon,    which   aettacki d
W. RICH
Teaming and   Ex-
Novelties   in    Leather
Goods at
MOREY'S!
Just the thing for sending away.
CITY  ELECTIONS.
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
L
Model Sign Worksl
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, SixthStreeJ
New Westminster,
Prop.
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
meats!
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
pressing-.
DEALER  IX
WO OD
730   FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527.
The condition  of the old  bridge is
not   considered     safe    for    vehicular
traffic,   and   the  public  s^neraliy  are
tloned  against    hauling   loads   of
?r.y k'nd over it.
Persons continuing to do bo after
thi* r.otico must tdke all the risks on
thi ms< Ives.
By order. W   A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Citv Hall. New Westminster, July
23rd. 190ft.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the City of New Westminster
'that I require the presence of the
said electors at the City Hall, on
Monday the 6th day of December,,
1909, at 11 o'clock a.m.. for the purpose of electing a Mayor and two | Theo. p. Youn;
Schoo] Trustees for the year 1910,
and at i_! o'clock noon of the same
day, for the purpose of electing seven
���    q   :.- Aldermen tor the said year
of 191
I ��� ������ mode of nomination shall be as
follows:      Each    candidate   shall be
nated  in    writing;    the  writing
.. be subscribed   by two persons
as proposer and seciale:-. who shall
).. duly qualified i leetrtoi b and residents in th.- cit; an I Buch nomination
- shall contain a stat. men!
ned by thi person nominated that
hi  con ��� ��� ���    ���      ich n imlnation.
The nomination papers shall be de-
livered to the Returning Officer at
any time bi twi en the date of this
ce and (in case of the Mayor and
i ��� : ': . tees) 12 noun of the 6th
day of Decembi r, 1909, or (ln the case
ol Aldermenj l o'clock p.m. of the
same day.
in the event of a poll being neci t-
sary, such poll wlU be opened on Hie
13th day    of    Deci mber,    1909, at 9
: o'clock   a.m..   and   will   remain   open
Until   a   p.m.   of   the   same   day   at   the
following places: The Council Chamber, City Hall; the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Waterworks Storehouse,
at the corner of Quebec and Eleventh
streets; of which every person Is required tn take notice and govern himself accordingly.
Cb. en  under  my  hand  at  the Cityl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hall, New Westminster, the 24th day  QEORGE   E-   MART '���'   BARRIS"
of November,  1909, and   Solicitor.    (>''. block, 0
W. A. DUNCAN, lumbia    and    McKenxle SU., I*
Returning Officer. Westminster. Ii. C
Central Meat Ma
Corner Eight* St. id*   ath k.m
PHONE   170
BOWELL 4 OUDr. Prtornton
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Bi
tvrs    and    solicitors   Westmlma
Trust Hh>ek. Columbia streel .\fa
Westminster.    V.'. J. Whitest..,
L. Edmonds,
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUAF
(F. C. Wad-, fc. c.. A. Wh.aller.'
G.   McQuarrie),     Be I    -     Harri
ters, etc.,  12 Lome street,     ��� sill
courthouse.        New     v. '-rl
(Phone    143.      V "ffl^N
Rooms   21  an.l   2'.    V.   :iv       -J
ing,  413 Granville street, corner <f
Hastings street.
mt*m&
Sw eaters!��l Everybody
Ladies,     Gentlemen     and     Children
nlmnSe���tei?nieXV.eeti0nai11 fi.u6 hune ��f theSe ����0ds- and j��� haTC M
SftSSStedi Ch0fe'   M-th? bes? sty'es are represented in our
stock, and the value at any price is as high as possible.
w-ay. reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel,
building, or other election or work
which may be required in connection
with the Improvement and use of the
said water and waterpower or by altering, renewin - extending, Improving, repairing or maintaining any
such works, or any pan  thereof,
(n), The company applies for a license to store water. Tlie place of
the proposed reservoir for storing tbe
said water is the land above the said
point of diversion, to constitute a
reservoir with an area Ot ahout eight
hundred acres to bo formed by tbe
utilization of r.he natural elevation of
the land and  dams.
(0) The means by which it is proposed to store the water is by tbe
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling upon the surrounding watershed.
(p). The area of the reservoir site
or sites at each foot ln depth above
the outlet will be at zero ten acres,
and increasing at the rate of about
five acres for each foot in depth.
(<1). It Is proposed to acquire the
land���which may be held by private
owners���by purchase or if necessary
by expropriation.
fr).    The    acreage    feet     approximately Intended to be Impounded will
be about 12,500 acre feet.
F. H. HOPE,
A. E. BECK,
Directors.
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Power Co., Ltd., Incorporated 1898. ,   ,J ,'it^ia
Ithe Eraser river to a point between
Fori Qeorge and Porl McLeod; thence
by the most feasible route to Hazel-
ton or soma other point on the
Skeena river.
Dated at the City of Vancouver,
orovince of British Columbia, this
23rd day of October, A, D., 1909.
MARTIN. CRAIG, BOURNE <fc HAY,
445 Granville St.. Vancouver. B.C.
Solicitors for the Vancouver, Westminster & Yukon Railwav Company.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RE8ERVE 11.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A, and Mexico City, a general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of |l and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Totn.'. Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
LADIES' SWEATER COAIS
PONY co vis. honeycomb stitch.
flne wool, in any. cardinal, navy,
cream and Bome good color combinations  $2.50
NORFOLK COATS, with bell and
straps, in    brown, navy,    green and
white   , $2.75
PONY coats, in wide rang ��� of
plain colors and combinations   each
only $1.25
With  tWO pockets    $1.50
LONG SWEATER COATS, 41 In.
long, nice, fancy stitch in fine, soft
wool, very popular and stylish In
while or navy, each    $6.50
MISSES POXY COATS with belt
in navy, cardinal, grey or white honeycomb stitch * $2.00
GENTLEMEN'S SWEATERS
An   enormous
colors
range  of styles and
COAT SWEATERS in plain colors
or combinations, with or without
Pockets $1.25 to $4.50
ONE EXTRA SPECIAL
VALUE.
OUR EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE i"
these Is a well made line woo] coat In
plain colors or faced in contrast
a(    ..$1.25
CHILDREN'S SWEATERS
HOYS' PULLOVER STYLE in various weights and colorings.
Each    75c, 90c, $1.00 and $1.15
HOYS' HEAVY WOOL SWEATERS
with open coat collar in color contrasting with the body in navy and
red, brown and gi^en, or grey with
red.     All sizes $1.00
OUR CHILDREN'S FINE WOOL
SWEATER COATS, Navy, faced With
white, navy faced with red, red faced
with grey.     Each ... . ' $1-0��
William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes ,NDAY
N0VEMBER  29,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Southing Unique is
' Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing c:rK��,
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OHLT BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Twenty-rive Keet Death When
l*ri Breaks Beneath Train
��� from Page One.)
i
LEATHER GOODS
THE   LATEST STYLES   IN    HAND    BAGS,    COLLAR   BAGS,  CUFF   BOX ES. CARD CASES. CARD
SETS, BILL BOOKS, ETC.,     ETC.        SEE     OUR
WINDOW   DISPLAY.
(    .-^BERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
..._-__
���:m..
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. G.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25   per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75   per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR    $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co. SfS AX"FKED MH��n,AXT8-
FRONT STREET. New  Wettminster. Telephone 333.
__t22'_-m___Vb_V_____t_
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it b. to purchase the poorer kind. We ran poinl to
buildings bulk wiiii our mate
rials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
thai nei d repairs all the time
But were noi  built ol ""r
materials. See where n ti
cheapm ie lies?
i .LLEY  BROS., Ll
rv._xi_mKXu'_
wm__zb..
_2t2.'_n-'l__-^!WS_<_&
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
I
Manufacturers and Dealer* in AU Ktna   ot
Umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New We-timn-ter
ti ack.     Shortly
' o'cloi.-,  au engine and bag-
south, part ol the
...   arrived on the
. Ll ol the injured
> uginei i  to the
��� ei,. taki a to the
lioBpital.   The train I
u .   the G. N. li. doctor, :
.   i ..  Manchester,  wno
ol  the situation and did
lo  n lieve   the sufferings.
i Westminster word was tei-
. the G. N. R, authorities
.1 abo ii 9:30 a.m, a i
id   passenger    i oa< b  ar-
cltj    ;n  the scene
��� as.   Tha   Main   took
.   ;..��� ii   and   Lhrei   bodli s
���  .       iuver.
'" a  num oi    ��� ���!���
, ..ii Icate : by willing
h ie    .a.     repoi     a ar-
sei ilea    fourteen  sull
'���,.       .   Idi        .'ll     ll    I       .       .       .
. li   faci .   covered   ��I
��� -  bad .'.eeia. their feel
. ... llkie ���
.   ,   provii   i.! police
!. ��� I-e,.
.   ...      ..i ihe situa-
quicklj    spread
a: spite the wi atln r
e      - : |
-'.:. crow
iriou . two
��� through   the  rain   to
��� aa Ireds     :   . . ai
lng the da; .   po
lice  bad  : cu    oul   ta  ki ep
Hi. se peoph     from    approaching  too
Hani' the dan ;       for the 1<
almost  .rn . nd, and  w ith a  till  over
the  ravine,    wa -    gradual]}   sliding,
el iia .,      a few    inch, s, al
..IIn r   times   a   fool   or   more, and
threatening al an.v moment to plunge
down  carrying    with   ii   pan  cei   the
. track on �� hii b thi   crowd insisti d oa
standing, and    furthei    crushii ..  the
; mass of u reckag. .      This is a di \ el-
: opmi ni   in   ih,-   situation   w hi. h   may
'. still occur ; ���  anj   momi nt, th.   bank
' in Ing composed of mud.
Among the crowd which >' Iti .1 the
wri ck tt. i ��� bundn ds ol Japanese
u ���  . anxiously    Inquired    am        oni
.1 as to ih,  details and thi  i
.    .  ���   ol   '... n   . ..mn :_���.... 11 tt im wi re
on the train.
Lai I i.i lil Rei ve Byi ne of Burnaby
placed itt.. special police ou duty, i nd
tbis nun uing Pro\ iucial l ....
Gammon and Constable llornbj ol
Um naby will take chai ge. ( hiel
Constable Campbi 11, who was I '
phoni .1 for, aim ed on tb sc lie at
���..an. and laa.ia an In. i Bti. al ion,
When the news read cd tin city,
brought by the c md ictoi ne the
train, an cngini
d  to bi iug In ia,   ... e	
...    aph  wires were imuie-
......   pu   in opi ri     i      i an '  ���'
voi   to brl .��� train to the
lini the effort ������ ���    tseli
it  will probably be two or evi a three
before    the    wrecl    ������  will    bi
Supoi Intend" ie
i  with  a  n qui -:  to send  with
, :        i pile-drivei   and
; material to construd two bents. The
replj   . ami    hark   that   the track   bi -
tween   Blaine and   this city, cro
a few hours before by the northbound
Owl train, was by then Impassable by
reason   ol    a    number   ol washouts.
Later word was received by the ti. N.
K.    agent    thai    the    wri ��� king train
could not be broughl pasi Colbrook.
lt was stai.d bj i'.. N. R. officials
thai wrecking mati rial could nol be
obtained either here or in Vancouver. It is an Interesting fact that
the southbound Owl train passed over
the falal spot shortly ai'ler midnight
safely, and had ii not been Sunday
there would have been no work train
going out and the northbound passenger would have been wrecked In-
stead.
Fifteen bodies wore brought, lo the
citv on boards placed across hand
cars, undertaking wagons meeting
them on their arrival.     Seven of the
-tm
bodies were taken to Murchie s undertaking parlors including that of ib<'
man Who dud on the way in. and
eight bodii s were taken to Kales' parlors. The severed head was also
taken l.e .,, irehie's. The three bodies now in Vancouver will be broughl
to this cltj for the Inquest, which it
is expected will not be beld until the
remain! _ corpsi ba1 bi i n taken
from thi wreckage. The names of
the victims cannot be secured until
today, the foreman, who was the only
man wla. had the names of the section in. ii. being unal o i ive the In-
formatio i yi stei da; oi Ini to the
conditio . hi was In fri
of the ecldent. Captain Pitten
drigh, ihe corom r i.-; t, directed i ��� .lis]..is.a of i.e bodies and
will probably call a jurj together today to vii tt the " ���. ' i. .. then adjourn  un..    , in   bodh .   hi ,    all  been
S.'Clll e.i
Five e>i .  , ... d man tt, i,  taki n
tp 11.. al hospital In Vancoui er,
and a .... ,i the Royal Columl in
hospital in this city.      Die loc .'  bos
pital was lull and the n       ness
of  the    tai    >.. >.   '      taxed   to
n.e ..    in on . r to make
roi i tlie women in the convah seem
tt ard were i emoved to the quai tera
of the hospital    sti I i willinglj
v  ���" thi n I, oms; to ma
It was l he patients 'K>
carrie I thli J flo ���    a task ol
a., littl    .ina, ulty,
Th" Japanese    displa.
.....
mitting to opi ...
i lian a moan, Ul an i less
msly injured, and I > be
upon. Por on at I
there is no hope, I fvith a
brokei o one or two
otln , ilight,
Over , ,i.a,. . ... hospital du j  in an     dea\ oi  to
idi    ify the ]   i or i    Hud theii
friends. A Japanese missionary
speni some tune comfoi lng the suffer" :
The . ugineer of the train li< s in
an upp( , ward with his face badly
lacerati .1 and his thighs slightly
cru ed bul uol sei lou -i> Injured.
Tie.' foreman ol the gang visiti d the
Institution and was treati d for shock
e lea\ lng for bis home in Vancouver, hn..nam Purdy, tth.. was
badlj bruised ahout. the body, walked
to the hospital from thi wreck and
received treatment before going
home Vnothei man. who was not
oni eei the crew but was <>ii the train
at t he tits ��� ol the ac.nl, at, had his
feet loi u anei after treatmenl went to
his home ii Vancouver. The names
oi in. foreman, brakesmen and the
Btrangei could not be U ai ned yi .-��� i
day.
The train which figured in the
wre< _ was composed of tb N. R. locomotive No, 15G, a box .��� ir, No. 3455
..I the Santa Fe line, G. N. R. H.it
c - 5307, il,223, 71:':.! and a ca-
boo ie. The bos cai was ol 60,000
pounds capacity and weighed 33,700
pounds,     The flat ear 5307 was the
om   that i  gli the box car
aud  did  ; he a< , nal dama fe, the plat-
u sweeping the housing from the
���'     e nil     ; into the cr.
and crushing  men and  woodwork be-
in ath theii  w< Ight,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
lis;
i i
���
Our     B
Money-Back
Guarantee
Givo Robin Hood I
two fair i rials. If you
are di t saiiefled ��iih It
then, your grocor will
givo you back your
money. Whal could i.o
fairerl   Will you try it?
,       British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver. 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  dailj   vs.���������,.i   Wednesday.
S.S. Chaii,,. i halves Vancouver i-
.in., dally for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van-
ouver, lu a.m. ihn.>, except Friday.
or Victoria.
S.S. Tiiiel. r will leave Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday,
Leaves Xew Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Vlotoria u p.m. 1st and H'h
each month ,, Q ... luo and way
iim ia;   twentli th  of  i... b   month  tor
Aliens.'!,   giiai.-i.ee).   Caiee    Scott  and
way ports.
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Grand Trunk  Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betweel
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montred Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal b. siness centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and the MAUI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUF1 A.LO, NEW YOKK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tinin Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Auent, Via Adams St.. Chicatro. 111.
Eagleson Defeated.
Di spatchi's ii "in i he' noi ill make it
i   Icallj   c M tain  thai   M.  Eagleson,
e a ii ral    nominee   lot    Lillooet,   and
. .   iiber  Eor  thai   ridln ,  In  the  last
liouse,   lias  been   defeat .1       it   was
a   iei sl  liopi ei  i hai he had carried t lie
titui ney, bul  the lati sl dispatches give A. MacDonald  the Conservative nominee, a majority of 30.     One
poll y< t remain.-, in be beard trom, but
it is impi.sail.le for it to turn the tide
in Mr. Eagleson's favor.
Old Mine Proved Rich.
Nelson. .Nov. 28.���The biggest Btrike
in the Kootenays for years lias been
made at the United Mine at Alns-
worth, one of the Highland United
properties. Twenty teet of high
grade silver-lead lias been uncovered
already, ll is one of the oldest mini's
In the country an.l was one of the
lirst shipping mines in the Kootenay.
Development in the past lias often
heen abandoned owing to uncontrollable water. The mine is owned in
Nelson and New York.
,.      ........
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unit frei. liiiii-s. nirpn.-T for��BCTirlna patent*.
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Scientific Bmitm.
A handsomely ill.iBtr.Weil weeiily. Larnest olr-
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| Electric Railway Service!
Interurban Line.
Cars  fnr Vancouver  and way
Nation,   wm   run  every half
ho'"'  from  5:50  a. ni. Last
ca,- havea at 11 p. m.
Lasi rir loaves Vancouver at
11:30
i��,m.
Ci
ars leave the depot every
tWf,niy iiiinutos for both Bap-
""rl"�� and city limits over the
dty iin...
City Line: Cars leave tram
Offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minute,
after, commencing at fi:20 a, m.
Sapperton Line: Curs bave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-houriy between 8:30 a. m. and It I>- ">���
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DUST Twins do
your work."
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Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
SentjOn Approval
To Rissi'ONSiBi.-t People
Laughlin
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VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
l.i uv.. Vancouver  2  p.m. dully, ex-
cept Sunday.    Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess   Royal,   Leaves   Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
I a    May    leaves    Vancouver
une IS ami July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July ���'..
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Quean   City   leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
'���'rom   Xew   Westminster    Monday,
iWdnesday and Friday al 8 a.m.
roni Chllllwacl. Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or addre
ED. GOtTLBT,
Agent, N'ew Westminster
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst.  (len. 1'ass. Apent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent  victoria.
Railway fime Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Curs leave Vancouver for New Westminster at b-.vU, 0:00, T:2u aud 6:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
uutil   11:30   l>.tn
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 0:20, 0:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., aud every half hour thereafter  until  11:00 -y.tu.
Sunday Schedule.
Car3 leave Vanoouver lor New Westminster at i.;00 and 9;0U a.m., aud
every half hour thereafter uutil
11:30 p.m.
Clara leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
Great   Northern  Railway.
-V.
N.W.  8
:50 a.m.;
ar. Seattle
3
35
p.m
Lv.
N.   W.
11  a.m.;
ar.  Seattle
3
55
.in.
Lv.
N. W.
1:32 p.m.;
ar. Seattle 9
i\)
p.m
Lv.
N. W. 1
2:10 a.m.;
ar. Seattle 7
15
a.m.
Lv.
Seattle
8:05 a.m.;
ar. N. W.
2
55
p.in
Lv.
Seattle
4:35 p.m.;
ar. N. W.
9
30
p in
Lv.
Seattle
11:45 p.m
;  ar. N.W.
6:20
a.ni
Lv.
Seattle
12:25 p.m
;  ar. N.W.
6
25
p.m
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Horns Paper.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at S:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Oulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Frldny, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Oulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each wee*
day;   arrives   8:50  a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except  Sunday;   ar.  Oulchon  at 7  pm.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wfflce 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Phone 1871
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot the dty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
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MONDAY,  NOVEMBER
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
IMPERIAL CREAM, AND
TO INTRODUCE IT WE
ARE SELLING IT FOR 10c
A TIN. THIS IS A NEW
LINE WITH US, AND WE
WANT IT TO BE A NEW
LINE   WITH   YOU.
REMEMBER THAT ALL
GOODS WELL BOUGHT
ARE   HALF SOLD.
Come in and look
around. That is
what this store is
for.
Y"' '%    \
We have a full line of
Coal and Wood Heating
Stoves at right prices. See
them   before  you  purchase.
X Andersen & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
**************************
NJ-Bi-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The   finest,   softest,   sweetest
and  best toilet powders  for In
fants  or adults.
IA.
_ CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
��� THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES;
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Residence
Finr-, modern house and large lot
on Agnes street. Best of view, for
(|iiirk sale, $5000.      Easy terms.
I WH I HI I I II���
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........ .._, ___________
Young Mon, Young Woman!
Do you know that your present employer expects you to lit yourself for |
a better position than you are now j
holding, or else you are worih no
more to him after having worked
three years, than you were at the
start. The besl move for you is to
attend the Westminster Modern Business School. That's what many are
doing.
Both day and evening session. Address
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
We Give Careful Attention
lo accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those Who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts,
if you haven'l  a Savings Account,
NOW is the best  (ime lo start one.
LIST YOUR   PROPERTY WITH
W. H. NhSBITT & SON
Phone 596 550 COLUMBIA ST.
���	
MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone 586
WE COLLECT RENTALS
And attend to all the details in the
managemeni of a property with the
same care as if the ownership was
[ vested in us.
The surest way of securing your
business that we know of is to induce
you to talk the matter over with any
landlord whose property attars we
are  now managing.
Ours is one of the largest rental
biisinessas in the province. It is the
result of service which PROVES to
properly owners thai our administration Of iheir affairs is a BOUrce of
PROFIT and  nol   EXPENSE.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1*69)
Paid up Capital Stock.   ...$ 4,914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total  Assets    $61,046,000
New Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
ESTA^LISHEI
I89I
INCORPORATED
1905.
City News
The ladles of the West Knd Met!
dist church will hold a social al  ,|i(
reside.nee of Mrs, Mills ihis evening.
For flrst-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie-
Greenhouse. R208. **
The hull of the new steamer Paystreak, constructed by the Royal City
Navigation Co., will be launched l'i'(,l!!
the ways of the Westminster .Mai ina
Railway Co., today.
The steamer Transrer will hereal
ter leave the Brackman-Ker wharl
for Ladner, Westham Island and waj
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at II, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra retuna
trip arriving in tlie city in the even
ing. Trips will he made to Steveston as  the business  warrants.
Don't be in a hurry to order your
turkey as P. Burns & Co. have a full
supply coming in from the east.
Order your bulbs for Sprijg flowers now from Davies, Greenhouse,
telephone   1(208. 251-tf
The inquest into the cause of the
accident al Lakevlew three weeks
ago will open again at Vancouver,
after a week's postponement, today.
The Inquest has been adjourned up
to the present on account of the sickness of Juror Clapp, who is now well j
enough to assume his duties.
Your box ln a safety deposit vault
is a private affair. No one has access
to it but yourself. And besides, it
is safe and that is a factor worth
something to you. Then it costs
only a small sum to rent one of these
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Let
us tell you about it. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager.
New Westminster branch. 228-4
The two highest tides In the year
are due to take place tomorrow. Their
advent is being watched wiih considerable anxiety by the residents along
the river, as their effect, coupled with
the unusual height of the river consequent upon the recent rains is liable to be disastrous.
Carnations galore at Tidy's florist
store, 7a" Columbia street. Phone
L184. **
The supporters of John A. Lee. one
oi tin wo candidates for the mayor-)
ally at the forthcoming civic elections, will hold a meeting in his interests in his committee rooms ihis
evening.
J. li. Lyne, 224 Eleventh strei t,
Phone R100. Supplies live and
dressed fowls at shortest notice.
The continued wet weather coupled
with the excavations on Columbia
street yesterday had the effect ol
causing a slight shifting in the front
of Collister's store. To prevent any ;
further shifting and to guard against
all contingencies two large props
wer erected from the sid.-walk which
make anv further movement impossible.
FARM TO RENT���Thirty acres, 20
acres cleared and in grass, good
liouse. barn. etc.. 7 miles from Xew
Wesi minster, 2 miles from railway
station. Cows, horse and 100 hens
(#i place now can be bought at rea-'
sonable price. Rent verv moderate.
White, Shiles & Co., City.
Dr.  J.   D.   Gamble,    optician,  is  at
625  Columbia street,  Room 13, every !
Friday.
The members of the New Westminster Young Liberal association met in
the Liberal Association clubrooms on
Saturday evening. Plans were made
for the ensuing year and a hard evening's work put in.
The New Westminster Liberal association will hold its annual meeting
in the club rooms, upstairs. Dally
News block, on Wednesday evening
of the present week. A full attendance of the members is requested,
as Important business will be discussed.
Tokyo, Nov. 28.���The reports published in some pans of the United
States tliat 100 persons had been
killed at a meeting of the Red Cross
society her is eniirely withoul foundation.
Medals Awarded.
Quebec. Nov. 27.���The m< mbers of
the Battlefields commission mei al
the citj jail yesterday; the chief
work was the awarding of the mas-
she medals which had been struck
in comniommoiatii>n of the Tercentenary festivities, to the Prince of
Wales, the governor-general of Canada, the lieutenant-governor of Quebec (Sir Louis Jette), the premier of
the province or Quebec nnd the mayor
of Quebec.
ance oiiowing of
,*
nsimas
Special Exhibit of Dainty Neckwear, Scarfs, Belts
Silk Elastic, Tinsels, Etc. '
OUR MONTHS OF PREPARATION  FOR THE  LARGE  HOLIDAY BUSINESS ALWAYS
BY   THIS   STORE   ARE   BEGINNING   TO   BEAR    FRUIT���THE  FIRST  SHOWING   OF 0YED
NOVELTIES   IS   NOW   ON  VIEW AND ON  SALE. WSTMAS
THIS IS GOOD NEWS TO THE FORESIGHTED PEOPLE WHO AP
PRECIATE THE ADVANTAGES OF EARLY GIFT BUYING���THE UN
PICKED-OVER ASSORTMENTS TO CHOOSE FROM, THE COMFORT
OF MAKING SELECTIONS WHEN THE STORE IS NOT OVERCROWDED, AND THE SATISFACTION OF HAVING THESE THINGS DONE
WITH ARE ALL STRONG REASONS FOR YOUR INSPECTING THESE
BEAUTIFUL  HOLIDAY NOVELTIES   NOW.
THE DISPLAY EMBRACES A BROAD ASSORTMENT OF FINE NECKWEAR. SCARFS BEIT*
SILK ELASTIC, TINSELS, ETC., IN STRIKING AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS THEN THER- ift ��'
COLLECTION OF HANDSOME FANCY SILK COLLARS WHICH HAVE ADDED CHARM OF BEIIl!
USEFUL AND ENDURING  AS CHRISTMAS  GIFTS. G
ALTOGETHER THE SHOWING IS A MOST ATTRACTIVE ONE, IN WHICH THE LOW PR.CF*
ASKED WILL MAKE A STRONG APPEAL TO THE PRACTICAL-MINDED AS THE BEAUTY OF
THESE GOODS WILL TO THOSE IN SEARCH OF APPROPRIATE. OUTOF-THE-ORDINARY nrr
ARTICLES. '
DAINTY   LINEN,   EMBROIDERY    AND    LACE
Handkerchiefs
HEMSTITCHED AND EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS, some with dainty
lace and baby insertion lace
edges, others fancy drawn
work, borders and corners.
All prices from low price of
Each 10c 15c 20c 25c to $2.00
SPECIAL QUALITY HEMSTITCHED LAWN HANDKERCHIEFS, extra good
quality and large size, 3 for
10c or. per dozen  ...   ��� ,40c
FANCY BORDERED "EX-
CELDA"    HANDKERCHIEF
fast  colors, suitable for fancy work, etc.     Prices
Each    10c,  15c, 20c 25c
HEMSTITCHED      LINEN
HANDKERCHIEFS,        with
colored floral corner, one of
the very latesl style. Prices
each    25c up to  65c
A Few Interesting Features
of This Display
"THE  BEAUTY"  LACK   COLLAR   SUPPORTER, fix
before putting on 2 1-2 and 3 inches long.      Prici   sat..25c
BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR SASH AND COLL.Alt PINS���
Dominion coat of arms, maple leaf. Irish harp, etc.. real.
hard enamel.      Prices 40c to $1.00
JET HAT  TINS, good length, large top, Bpi  lal today
only, each 10c
ANOTHER   SHIPMENT OF ELASTIC BEL1 -  all newest colors of black, white,  brown,    green,    navy, cardinal,
sky. pink, grey, rose, gold and dresden: designs, Bomi
cm  steel, others with gold and jet buckles.     Price*
Each 35c to $1.50
XMAS   BELTING  dainty dresden  and  o
In   fancy   b..\> s  27  inches   long.     Price,  box      ...60c
Women's Underwear���Special
Today 35c a Garment
WOMEN'S   COTTon UNDERVESTS in white an I
full  sizes buttoned fronts, high neck, drawers to mati
or closed styles.   Per garment   35c
"OALT   FLEECE"  KIMONAS   and    BATH    ROBES in
grey,   white   cardinal, sky, pin!:, made with seine
with colored cord at waist; large turnover collar and cuff��
trimmed with fancy siltchlng in a contrasting color.
Price        ...$5.s0
Also striped designs,   red  and   navy,  tan  and  sky. '''
and white, sky and White, black and grey, square cul '
with  band  of  plain  Color to  match  stripe;   fancj   cord*'
waist and pocket.     l'rice ,..���#."
INFANTS' KIMONAS in eiderdown, white, sky aliJ
cardinal, turnover collar with nice bow of satin ribbon"
neck  In  3  sizes only.    Each      50c
Special Delivery of Black
Chiffon Taffeta Waists
A GRAND SHOWING of black, chiffon waists, sizes
34 to 42, nicely tucked and strapped styles some have Gibson pleal over the shoulder and fancy scolloped print with
Jei   buttons.      Very special values  ..' $4.95
Maltese Lace Dutch Neckwear
and Elastic Belts 35c Each
MALTESE lack ami Imitation Cluny lace, Dutch collars, lawn Dutch collar.-; in while, black and ecru. Today
only, each   35C
ELASTIC BELTS colors black, brown, myrtle, mauve,
navy and with fancy nickel, gold, plaid and jet buckles.
Today, each   35c
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladios from *12./5
UP.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham Jtnd Klgin
,Watch-es. 9
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two door*  from   Geo. Adam*. Grocer
Waterfrontage
330 feet deep waterfrontage on main
channel of river, per foot,
$35.00
This is the best proposition to be had.
This property will easily double in
value within a very short time. For
full particulars apply to
1F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Women's,
Misses' and
Children's
Gloves $1 Pr
Full range of women's ;':i"
misses Hoi; SKIN GLOVES,
dome fasteners, long M'[
short fingers, fancy stitching; an excellent glove n"
every day wear. S" ;:"''
pliable. All Sizes,
per pair	
61.00
Ask to See REYNIEH
GLOVES, for women. |vr
pair $1.25, $1.50, $b"5
SEE OUR WAIST LENGTHS OF DELAINES, CASHMERE, ALPACA,   SILK,   NUN'S   VEILINGS,
AND   FANCY   COLORED DELAINES, WHITE  VESTINGS,   ETC.,    AT    THE     DRESS    GOODS
SECTION.
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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